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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION 

AND 
PRIVACY ACTS 

SUBJECT: CUSTODIAL DET E N TION 

SECURITY INDEX 

FILE NUMBER: 100-358086 

SECTION : 55 




FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



NOTICE 

THE BEST COPIES OBTAINABLE ARE 
INCLUDED IN THE REPRODUCTION 
OF THE FILE. PAGES INCLUDED 
THAT ARE BLURRED, LIGHT OR 
OTHERWISE DIFFICULT TO READ 
ARE THE RESULT OF THE CONDITION 
AND OR COLOR OF THE ORIGINALS 
PROVIDED. THESE ARE THE BEST 
COPIES AVAILABLE. 



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DATE: July 21, 



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BJECT: SECURITY I^roEX 







We forward to the field quarterly an alphabetical 
list of each office's Security Index in order that the 
Security Index cards maintained in the field may be checked 
and reconciled with Bureau records. 

There is attached a proposed letter to all field 
offices containing appropriate instructions regarding the 
handling of the list. 

RECOMI-IENDATION : 

It is recommended that the attached letter to all 
field offices be approved and forv/arded. The original is on 
Plastiplate. 

Enclosure ,;^ J ^ /^ , 
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1 - Mr. W.C. ; ^ 

1 • Mr. J.F./^ J 

1 - Mr. J.H. 1^ 

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SAC, Albany i^^ 
, Director, FBI (100-353086) 



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SECURITT li©::x 



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1 - MrX- 

1 - Mr.^ 

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There Is attached for each office an alphabetical 
list of Its Security Inde:: subjects (fjo copies for New Zork) 
prepared from the Bureau's Security Index as of July 15, 
1955. Sea page two for Instructions. 




Enclosure 



2 - Albuquerque (Enc.) 

1 • xuichora^e (Info) 

2 • Atlanta (Jnc.) 

2 - Ealti-'iora (i-nc.) 
2 - Blnningham (JInc.) 
2 - Boston (v^nc.) 
2 - Buffalo (Lnc.) 

mm wr^tfww*^ %*^j.*%» • ^ 

2 • Charlotte (liic.) 
2 • Chicago (liic.) 
2 • Cincinnati (liic.) 

• Cleveland (£nc.) 

- Dallas (£nc.) 

- Denver (l^c) 

- Detroit (Enc.) 

- 21 Paso (l^nc.) 

- Honolulu (nnc.) 

- Houston (liic.) 

• Indianapolis (line.) 

- Jackson (ilnc.) 

• Jacksonville (xlnc.) 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



• Miami (JInc.) 

• Minneapolis (line.) 

• Milwaulcee (i^nc.) 

• Mobile (Inc.) 

• Newark djcic) 

• New Haven (jlIiic.) 









2) 



' O (X 2 - Kansas City ("iic.) 
\Jr^( (f 2 - Kno:rvllle (^c.) 



2 - Las Vej^as (uic.) 
2 - Little Hock (iJnc.) 
2 - Los i^n^eles (£nc.) 
2 * Louisville (line.) 
2 • MeiTiphis (iJic.) 



2 • New York (iinc. 
2 • Norfolk (£nc.) 
2 - Oiaahoma City (Enc.) 
2 • Omaha (iJic.) 
2 - Philadelphia (£nc.) 
2 • Phoenix (xjic.) 
2 • Pittsburgh (line.) 
2 - Portland (Unc) 
2 • Richiiond (:llr*c.) 
2 • St. Louis (line.) 
2 • Salt Lake City (Enc.) 
2 - San -t\ntonio (line.) 
San Diego (£nc.) 
San Francisco (iJic.) 
San Juan (*unc.) 
Savannah (.^nc.) 
Seattle (ijic.) 



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JHG/ssh/ ORIGINi\L ON PLi\STIPLATE . 



- Springfield (lilnc.) 
• Tamoa (line.) / 




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Letter to Albany 
RE J Si;CT2ITy IIJDSX 
100-35C085 

Th« attached list should be used to reconcile 
the Securl^ l"ef tn "or office with the ^--1 jr Inoax 
2 tS^at of Govoriosnt by checking the naaaa on the 
Ust agatnst the Security Index f rds. Detailed 
instructions resardlns the handling of this lis* «« 
Stained In Bureau latter to 'Ibany. joples to all 
offices, captioned as above, dated April 24, lyoi. 



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UNITED ST ATE5 I iMENT ^ - ^^^ I 

Memoranaun^OJjT:!^ IN ENVELOPE 

TO : DATE: July 30, 1965 

( FROM 



SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX - ^i^^>"^ 



The following is a report of the status of the ^ 
Security Index since the last count was furnished 7/2/65. 

Veek Of; Cards Added Cards Cancelled Net Change 

July 5-9 9 34 - 25 

July 12 - 16 21 36 - 15 

July 19 - 23 16 29 - 13 

July 26 - July 30 __17 _22 ^ 5 

Total 63 121 - 58 ., 

During the abovementioned period of time, there was 
a net decrease of 58 cards in the Security IndeXo 

For your information, during the preceding four-week 
period, 82 cards were added to the Security Index and 76 cards 
were cancelled, resulting in a net increase of 6 cards. 

The Security Index count as of toda> is 10,193. 
ACTION ; 

This is for your information. 



UNITED STATES GO' RNMENT ^ . ||g^ j . 

Memoranaim ^,s, ' 

TO : DIRECTOR, FBI "^^"^ 7/29/65 

FftbW/^-- SAC, SAN DIEGO 

subject: SECURITY INDEX - CUpA 

. Re SAC Letter 62-55 dated 10/5/62 and Bureau routing 
slip dated 7/28/65. 

The alphabetical list of Security Index subjects 
tabbed "c" (Pro- Cuban) was compared with the San mego 
Security Index and found to be correct. 



2 - Bureau (REGISTERED MAIL) 
1 - San Diego 



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ENVELOP, 



imnintSLnt Attorney C«8«rml 



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CHI1TES2 EHTSGINCT PLAK3 
iBTEJmAL SECU2ITY - CHIHA 



Keports and o^raDranda concerning have 

prejiously bcon f uraisbed to tho Records Adalnlstratioa Office 
of the^Dcpartaont. w**aw« 



K«««^ «„ K4 ^^f?^^ ^^ ^^° placed oa the Security Index, 
based oa his pro-Chineae Conauaiat activities and synnathies. 
iJill ^ f.f'V ^^^^^^^«» ^Itcn, bo is aa alica who is coasidered 
to l>o possibly daa-erous in tlse evqat of liostilities vith China 



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^^« , ^. . rs iOr a ^arraat to be issaea 

II!i-.- ♦v, *. r^-''""' •y«a*r,jrav^oa »aa isaxuraiizatloa Service, in 
order that this warrant clT^.t bo served oa m the ©vent 
OX a lisiited emergency involving tho United States and China. 

•^J.^^4 II ^? rcc^ested that you advise as of your decision 
reuardinj the issuan::© of such a warrant callin^ for tho 
apprehension of 



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NOT- ] 
IS'3 AUG 



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K0TE;Clas3ified as it contains information pertainiajr 

to the arraniijing and issuance of a u'arrant in connection with tho 
Department's Emergency Detention Program. 



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UNITED STATES GO VEi MENT : -. 

Memorandum'^OljT^^ IN ENVELOPE 

DATE: 8/6/65 



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SUBJECT: "SECURITY INDEX 



During the past week 20 cards were added to the ' 
Security Index Ld 9 cards were cancelled, a net increase 
of 11 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,204. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



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Auj^ust 6, 1965 
Assistant Attomoy General 

Director^ FBI 

CUn.*^? ElSTG-rCY PLAITS 

EofcrsTico is cat!© to pro^tooa inforsiation fumishecl 
to you concemics i'i^l filo 

is a Ciiban alien and has boen added to tho 

Soc'jritv InCo::» 



You cay desiro to airranso for a israrrant to be 
issued for ^ by the Irmicratioa and Naturalization Service 

(I2I3) in orclcr that it nay bo servo.d oa bin in t'ca event of 
a national caarreacv iiivoiyin-? tha United L^t^tcsz aiid Cwh^^ 
•Tho «ar*^2 ot oti-cr Ciib2!i sllcns -'ill be :fu2ni»iiliad to ycu as 
they aro added to tbo Security Indole. 

Reports covoria?^ tho activities of have been 

furnished to tiie Records Adninistratioa Off ice of tho 
Departccnt and to aooropriata i)istrict Directors of IIT3, It 

is rcr.uaotod that you ru; ice this il-ireau of your decision 
rer^ardin^ the irsuanco of a warrant calling for the appre- 
hension of 



NOTE: Classified becauso inforciation pertains 

ToTHrranj^inj? and'iGSUln?? of a \:;arrant in connection yith the 
Departnont^s n-arcency i^etentioa Prosraa, uaich is so classified 
by the Dopartncnt* 



NOT RKCORDBD 
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UNITED STATES GO vEP'MENT ' O^ / J 

MemorandumuOJJTE IN ENVELOPE 

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TO DATE: 8/13/65 

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SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX — 



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During the past week 28 cards were added to the ' \ 
Security Index and 33 cards were cancelled, a net decrease ^ 
of 5 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,199. 
ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 






August ;3, 1965 
AssijBtant Attorney General 



Director^ FBI 



CUBA.1 Ellir.GrJCY PLAITS 
XKTSRKAL SJXUHII? - CUBA 



Befercmce la made to previous Information furnished 
to you concerning ^ FBI file 

is a Cuban allnn and hla name has hfinn nHrind to 
the Security Indox. 



You nay desire to arra:is3 iior a warrant to be issued 
for by the Icmiinration and Naturalization Service (1113) 

in order that it nay bo sorvod on liin in t:;3 event oi a 
national cuorcency involyin^ the Lnitod States and Cuba, The 
•»«*202 of, crthcr Ciibsn siions ^ill bo fumi*'i2'*ci ^o "^o" s*=' ■''li'*^ 
arc added to the Security Index • 

ncports coverinj; the activities of have been 
furnished to the ilecords Adninistration Office of the Departnent 
and to appropriate District i:>ircctor3 of 1:^3. It is requested 
that you auvioo this I.ureau ox your decision re.^-ardin.T the 
Issuance of a warrant calling for the apprehension of 



KQTIS : Claasified because infomation pertains to 

arran^in^: and issuing of a warrant in connection with the 
Dopartment^s Ilnergency Detention Program^ which is so classified 
by the Dopartaont. 









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UNITED STATES GO . ^IRNMENT .; -. J O i ' 

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DATE: 8/13/65 



suBjECT>^LINqUENCY iN SECURITY AND RACIAL MATTERS INVESTIGATIONS 

SYNOPSIS : 

Each month we follow the field closely on the status of 
security and racial matters work by analyzing the backlog of pending 
active cases and delinquency in espionage, internal security, security 
matter, foreign intelligence and racial matters cases in classifications 
65, 100,- 105 and 157. Status of these cases as of July 31, 1965, is set 
forth below, - - ' 

In July, 1965, there was a decrease in pending active matters 
in the field in classifications 65, 100 and 105 from 20,069 to 19,957. 
Delinquent matters decreas ed from 1,705 to 1,624. The percentage of 
delinmjent rnatters de crease d from 8.5 per cent to 8.1 per cent. 

During the same month, pending active matters in the 157( •-^" ''-'^ -J 
classification increased from 4,232 to 4,681 while delinquent matters ^ 
increased from 385~tr^l8. The field-wide delinquency in this classi- 
fication' increased from 9.1 per cent to 13.2 per cent. / 

\ '.Letters are being sent to the offices indicated by asterisks 
on pages 4/ and 5 herein, commeiting on their delinquenc/ md pointing 
out the necessity for bringing their cases in these classifications to a 
current status. 

ACTION : 

The field will continue to be followed closely regarding 

delinquency in the 65, 100, 105 and 157 classifications and you will be 

advised of the results of the review of the administrative report for^ 
August, 1965. 



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Memorandum for 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY AND 

RACIAL MATTERS INVESTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



The July, 1965, administrative reports for all offices indicate 
that the total pending active matters in classifications 65, 100, and 105 
decreased from 20,069 to 19,957. Delinquent items decreased from 1,705 
to 1,624. The percentage of delinquent items decreased from 8.5 per cent 
to sll per cento These same reports disclose that in the 157 classifi- 
cation total pending active matters increased from 4,232 to 4,681; 
delinquency increased from 385 to 681; and the percentage of delinquency 
increased from 9.1 per cent to 13.2 per cent. 

The following statistics show the status of pending active 
matters and delinquency for all field divisions for the last six months. 

TOTAL PENDING ACTIVE MATTERS 
' 7 CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
. ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

Classifications ^ 2/28/65 3/31/65 4/30/65 5/31/65 6/30/65 7/31/65 

65 ^ 866 961 943 840 814 781 

100 8,489 8,687 8,881 9,267 9,556 9,306 

105 8.887 9,087 9,577 9,568 9,699 9,870 

Totals 18.242 18,735 19,401 19,675 20,069 19,957 

157 2,917 3,782 3,737 3,760 4,232 4,681 



- 2 - CONTINUED - OVER 



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Memorandum for 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY AND 

RACIAL MATTERS INVESTIGATIONS 



TOTAL DELINQUENT MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

Classifi- 2/28/65 3/31/65 4/30/65 5/31/65 6/30/65 7/31/65 

cations 

65 26 26 29 26 19 24 

100 870 677 719 1,008 915 862 

105 574 515 564 828 771 738 ^ 

Totals 1,470(8.0%) 1,217(6.7:0 1,312(6.8!0 1,862(9.5T0 1,705(8.5:0 1,624(8.1%; 



157 370(12.7%) 482(12.8%) 615(16.4%) 555(14.8%) 385(9.1%) 618(13.2 



Status of Security Work by Individual Office 

The offices with delinquency in either category are listed 
alphabetically and these statistics reveal their progre>.ss during July, 
1965, in the 157 classification and in composites for the 65, 100 and 105 
classifications. The delinquencies shown are based on pending active 
matters. 



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1 








! ' '1 












- 


< 1 ' ! 


Active 


Matters 


Delinquency 


Active Matters 


Delinquency 


' 1 I 


157 Classi- 


157 Classi- 


65, 100 


and 105 


65, 100 , 


and 105 


1 ' I 


fication 


fication 


Classifications 


Classifications 


Office, ,, 


6/30/65 7/31/65 


6/30/65 7/31/65 


6/30/65 7/31/65 


6/30/65 7/31/65 


Albany 


13 


12 


o.ox 


0.07o 


206 


204 


4.47. 


5.9% 


Atlanta 


70 


73 


5.77o 


10.07o* 


110 


101 


14.57, 


23.8%* 


1 1 
Baltimo|:e 


37 


29 


8.17o 


3.47o 


358 


^95 


7.47. 


6.6% 


Birmingham 


474 


350 


10 . 37o 


44.67o* 


52 


56 


11.57o 


16.1%* 


E ton 


18 


14 


5.6% 


7.17. 


461 


432 


8.77. 


9.5% 


Buffalo , 


22 


23 


13.67o 


8.77. 


368 


385 


4.67o 


5.7% 


Charlotte 


138 


155 


13.77o 


7.l7o 


87 


87 


5.77o 


5.7% 


Chicago 


57 


56 


1.77o 


7.17. 


1,363 


1,222 


9.47. 


9.5% 


Cincinnati 


31 


28 


3.27o 


7.17, 


197 


212 


4.67o 


7.1% 


Cleveland 


30 


38 


3.37o 


0.07o * 


460 


404 


8.77, 


4.5% 


Dallas 


40 


45 


0.07o 


8.97. 


93 


95 


l.l7o 


8.4% 


Denver 


7 


4 


14.37o 


0.07. 


110 


115 


3.67o 


1.7% 


Detroit 


40 


37 


0.07o 


2.77o 


671 


680 


4.97. 


2.1% 


El Paso 


4 


2 


0.07o 


0.07o 


34 


47 


0.0% 


2.1% 


Honolulu 


2 


3 


0.07o 


0.07. 


54 


54 


0.07. 


5.6% 


Houston 


24 


26 


0.07o 


0.07o 


76 


84 


1.37, 


9.5% 


Indianapolis 


17 


20 


0.07o 


5.07. 


247 


243 


6.5% 


4.9% 


J kson 


805 


864 


12.l7o 


10 . 37o* 


58 


53 


5.2% 


15.9%* 


Jacksonville 


117 


109 


5.l7o 


6.47. 


67 


78 


8.9% 


* 3.8% 


Kansas City 


11 


10 


0.07o 


0.07. 


78 


69 


5.1% 


1.4% 


Knoxville 


96 


103 


1.07o 


2.97o 


34 


30 


2.9% 


0.0% 


Los Angeles 


31 


33 


O.OT. 


6.l7o 


L,569 


1,555 


9.8% 


13.2%* 


Louisville 


11 


11 


9.17o 


0.07. 


46 


45 


10.8% 


2.2% 


Memphis 


18 


18 


0.07o 


0.07o 


75 


99 


1.3% 


5.1% 


Miami 


102 


124 


2.07o 


2.47o 


471 


429 


4.0% 


2.1% 



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Office 



Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
f./^0 /G5 7/31/65 



Milwaukee 
Minneapolis 
Mobile 
Newark 
' New Haven 
Ne\ hrleans 
New York 
I Norfolk 
■ Oklahoma City 
i Omaha 

: Philadelphia 
Phoenix 
Pittsburgh 
Portland 
Richmond 
, St. Louis 
1 San Antonio 
San Diego 
3? Francisco 
San Juan 
Savannah 
Seattle 
Springfield 

Tampa 
WFO 



16 

10 
302 

34 

8 

812 

34 

12 
8 
6 

57 
4 

17 
6 

86 

94 
18 
16 
44 
1 

115 
24 
12 

151 
58 



18 
16 
502 
35 
10 
1044 
27 
10 
7 
9 
54 
3 
16 
9 
93 
153 
17 
15 
44 
1 
128 
24 
11 
141 
57 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
6/30/657731/65 



0.07o 
0.07o 
3.07o 
5.87o 
0.07o 
19.97o 
0.07o 
8.37o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
14.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
4.57, 
0.07o 
7.07o 
4.27o 
Q.07o 
3.37o 
0.07o 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
6730/65..7/31/65 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
6/30/657/31/65 



ll.l7o* 
0.07o 
7.07o 
8.67o 
0.07, 
24.27o* 
ll.l7o* 
0«07o 
0.07, 
11.17,* 
7.47, 
0.07, 
6.37, 
0.07o 
0.07, 
0.77, 
5.97o 
0.07, 
2.37, 
0«07, 
6o37o 
12.57o* 
Oo07o 
2.87, 
7.07, 



278 
291 
42 
793 
325 
131 
4,357 
46 
55 
47 
625 
57 
227 
123 
104 
180 
74 
190 
1,511 
625 
40 
381 
146 
153 
1,663 



251 

249 

35 

769 

32C 

121 

4,503 

37 

56 

46 
662 
64 
211 
118 
100 
185 
71 
170 
1,450 
592 
39 
356 
147 
164 
1,851 



3.27o 


10.07,* 


2.07. 


3.27, 


2.47, 


28.6%* 


8.47, 


7.9% 


8.37. 


8.4% 


42.77o 


28.1%* 


10.z7o 


11.2%* 


2.27o 


2.7% 


7.37o 


7.1% 


2.17, 


10.9%* 


10.97o 


8.8% 


3.57o 


3.1% 


4.07o 


6o2% 


3. '370 


5.9% 


5.87o 


5.0% 


8.97o 


8.6% 


6.87o 


2.8% 


6.37c, 


8.8% 


11.17, 


1.9% 


29.17, 


21 . 5%* 


10.07o 


10.3%* 


2.4% 


4.2% 


1.47o 


2.7% 


2.07o 


1.8% 


3.l7o 


4.1% 



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0»)>ONAl »OiM MO. 10 ^ I MI^IO* 

MAT 1*42 fOITIOM 
0*A OIN. ItO. NO. 11 

UNITED STATES C E> MENT 



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Memorandum 

TO DATE: ^/l^/dS 



FROM 



suBjECTr--^SECURITY INDEX CARD STATISTICS 

There are 10,199 persons represented in the Se curity I ndex.. 

as of August 13, 1965. Of the total, 7,400 or 72,6 per cent are 
communists. 

A detailed table, enclosed in duplicate, shows as of August 13, 
1965, the distribution of the subjects by field office, nationalistic 
tendencies, dangerousness, sex, race, citizenship and "special lists,*' 
A key to abbreviations is enclosed. 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED IN SECURITY INDEX 



AL Alien 

DC Detcom 

KF Key Figure ^ 

NA Naturalized 

NB Native Born 

TF Top Functionary 

UN Unknown 

AEP Atomic Energy Program Employees 

ASC American Socialist Clubs 

COM Communist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

CZE Czechoslovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects 

FGE Foreign Government Employees 

GOV United States Government Employees 

ISL Independent Socialist League 

JFG Johnson Forest Group 

MIS Miscellaneous 

MMI • Moslem Mosque, Inc. 

NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive Labor Party 

POL Polish 

PPA Proletarian Party of America 

PRN Puerto Rican Nationalist 

RUS Russian 

SWP Socialist Workers* Party 

UNE United Nations Employees 

YUG Yugoslavian 



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There is attached hereto a current list of names 
of the individuals maintained in the Security Index. Names 
included in the main portion of the list are arranged alpha- 
betically. Those individuals coming within four designated 
groups are listed on separate pages. Following each name is 
information indicating the race, sex, birth date. Bureau file 
number, and the Bureau field office covering the residence of 
the individual. 



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'%lf^'^ DATE: August 19, 1965 

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^ROM : ^ft^iCr__ _L^'Wfn 1 - Mr. Glascock 

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SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX LISTS I ^ 




Enclosed herewith is one copy each of the following 
lists for transmittal to the SAC, Quant ico, for storage with 
other vital records maintained by him: 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of the SI. 

4) List of key figures and top functionaries. 

5) List of SI subjects out of country. 

6) List of subjects whose citizenship status is unknown. 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI svDJacts of Chinese descent. / 

9) List of SI subjects sympathetic to communist China. 

10) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba. 

11) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba and China. 

R£c- 5^ : ; '• ^ -' ' -± ^ A- 

12) List of SI subjects who axQ defectors. 

^'^ lo AUG 261 ..5 

13) List of Progressive Labor Movement members. 

14) List of SI subjects who are Chinese defectors. 

15) List of SI subjects who are Cuban defectors. 

, Enclosure'^^l''^'' .. « ' 

A 100-358086 • • ^ ^ 



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Memorandum for Mr' 

RE: SECURITY INDEX LISTS 

100-358086 



The SAC, Quantico, should destroy by burning the 
lists furnished on 6/21/65. When this action has been taken, 
he should so note on this memorandum and return it to the 
Subversive Control Section. 



ACTION : 

If you approve, this memorandum and the attached 
lists will be forwarded to Quantico for the above action. 



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MemorandumROmE IN EN v^ELOPE 

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DATE: August 27, 1965 



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SUBJECT. SECURITY INDEX -:S^ 

The following is a report of the status of the 
Security Ini^x since the last count was furnished 7/30/65. 



Week Of : 

August 2-6 

August 9-13 

August 16 - 20 

August 23 - 27 

Total 



Cards Added n.rds Cancelled Net Change 



20 
28 
17 
22 

87 



9 
33 
24 
50 

116 



+ 11 

- 5 

- 7 

- 28 

- 29 



^ 1 ^^--* -^/3 ^c ^--trris there was 
n.,^,-nff ^-he abovemenrionsd peri-Od ^^ c^me, 

a ^t decrease of 29 cards in the Security Index. / > 



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:, - For your information, during the Pf f ^^"^/"^^-^^^ds 
petiod. 63 cards were added to the Security Index and 121 cards 
periuu, i^,-„„ In a net decrease of 58 caras. 



petiod, 63 cards were added to tne ^ecur.., ^^^^^- ~_- 
were cancelled, resulting in a net decrease of 58 cards. 

The Security Xndex count as of today is 10,164. 



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ACTION: 



This is for your information. 



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omoMAt fotM NO. 10 

MAT t**I IDIIION 
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UNITED STATES GOvEi MENT 






MemorandumROUTE IN ENVELOPE 

V^ 8/20/65 







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FROM 




SUBJECT: 


SECURITY INDEX - ., 

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During the past week 17 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 24 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 7 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,192. 
ACTION : 

None, This is for your information. 



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EmploVe« Suggestion 



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Director, FBI 



From: (Suqqoster's name) 



Data 



8/9/65 



Division of Assignment 

NEW YORK 



SUGGESTION G' " ^ > 7 ^, . . . 

FD-15'l (R-v. 10-6-64; was reviiia-TSFpurpose of adding the statement, 
^hotoEraDh on-security Index card Is most current or best likeness 
ofsSeo?^ ^^n^pSi^of -t-his-statement Is f°r Agent who i^ -rlfyxng 
Information on the security Index card, to certify to the aDove 
it^t^ent The upper- portion of PD-154 is filled out by a clerical 
Slo^ef frofLfomation on the security Index card. The Agent com- 
pletes the ^formation in the lower portion. It is f J^^^^^^f ^^^^^ 
the above statement be placed on the lower portion of the form under 
Verified by 5A: ', as in the attached sample iorm. 



Currervt practice or rule (Include manual citation as well as facts) 

FD-154 (Upper part of form is prepai 
FD-134 (Lower part of form is comple 

Advantages of suggestion and annual savings (Include basis for estimate) 



:urrent practice or rule (incluae manual ...-..«.. v^- "-" -- ^^^ TT ' 4- ^ 

FD-lo4 (U^per part of form is prepared by clerk in ^acurity Index Unit) 
rollsU (Lowlr part of form Is completed by special Agent)^ ; 



S-^-.-:-::L";".'.:ui S:o4- r...r,r^.vt. nv best likeness or T;ne suojecl, uuu 
j.i'jae^ cax^ o-o ^— ...^^- '"^r^ ^^a' A c, ^Y^^e^r^^{p^r\ for the Asento Thereiore^ 

certify to. 

Monetary tJavings: None 



Disadvantages of suggestion 



None -s X' A S 



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within two years after submission.) ^ ^^_^ ^ ^ 

I iMr. I IMrs. LIJmiss — "" Slanature and Title of Suggester _U 



■R.comm.„dc„o„, and =o»m.n>, o, Div.ion H.^^ Thls is an excellent suggestion, and ji 

failure to adopt the suggestion woukorr^ke ineffective the real purpo.p . 



in revising the form in the first place'.' 
It is d:rongly recommended thaW^ 
the. sugge stion be adopted. 



FD-154 (Rev. >* ] i »r . . * ^?27r>? 

VERIFICATION OF INFORMATION ON SECURITY INDEX CARDS 
MEMORANDUM RE: 

Office File 

The follov/ing is the most recent place of employment, employment address, and residence 
address of the above subject as contained on the subject's Security Index Card. 

Residence: 

Employment: 

Address: 

Labor Union Affiliation: 

Defense Facility □ Yes □ No Detcom □ Yes □ No 

Key Facility □ Yes □ No Photo □ No □ Yes; phstoqroFh r.i. ^:n,iri>r I- ' ^ ^ a t^. ' vi. 

Security Flasn □ Yes □ No . B a n . ^t . nirrpnt n' - q c ii' . - ir. n ^ f .- ni aubip-r 

It is requested that the place of employment, address of employment, residence address of the 
subject, as well as the accuracy of the priority tabbing, be verified and the proper notations be 
made below. The absence of a photograph and posting of a Security Flash should be noted and 
efforts made to secure a photograph and determine the existence of a criminal record. 

A physical description based on personal observation of the subject appears in serial 



Residence: 

Method of Verification: 

Neighborhood Source: 

Date: 

Verified by SA: 

Employment: 

Address: 

Labor Union Affiliation: 

Dat„- Checked Geographical Reference Number 

Key Facility: □ Yes □ No _ — 

Defense Facility: □ Yes □ No __ 

Tab Detcom: □ Yes □ No 

Method of Verification: 

Employment Source: 
% Date: 
) Verified by SA: . ^ ^ • 

V Photograph on SI card is most current or best likeness or sub3ect 

FD-122 should be submitted to Bureau: □ Yes □ No j^i Yes Lj No 

A letterhead memorandum should be submitted to the Bureau and Secret Service □ Yes □ No 
File Reviewed « "^ 

□ Subject Meets SI Criteria 

□ Does not Meet SI Criteria 

Agent's Initials — — ■ 

Date — ^=^ 




"FITT 



VERIFICATION OF IKFORMATIOH OH SECURITY IHDEX CARDS 

MEMORANDUM RE: , 

Office File 

f M«.«« and residence address of the above 
The ronn..i.B is tho most r.-on, pIno. "f -^"Vjent, e.p.oy.on. address, 
subieotls con'a.ncf OP the sab.ecfs Sccur.ty Ip,1« Cord. 

Residence: 

Employment: 

Address: 

Labor Union Affiliation: 

.,■ r— IV = r-^N'o Detcom □ ^es □ No 

Defense Fac.hty eves C N o ^^^ ^ ^^ 

Key Facility □\es L_;No 

Security Flash CJ^es I — i No ^^ __ - ^^ 



graph and posting of a security V lasn snoum 

ance of a criminal record. . 

. ph.vsica, descr,pt,o„ h.sed op pe.op,. ohsen-attop of the subject appeals tp sens, 



Residence: 

Method of Verification: 

Neighborhood Source: 

Date: 

Verified by SA: 

Eiiipltyment: 
Address: 

Labor Union Affiliation: Geogaphical Reference Number 

Date Checked ^jc^k v . . .^ . 

Key Facility OYes □ No ■ r 

Defense Facility: □ Yes □ No -^ " ' . 

Tab Detcom: OYes □ No 

Method of Verification: ^ . _. 

Employment Source: 

Date: 

;::r.:H ". «. . .ost cu.ept o. he. ,.epe. or .h.et. □ Ve. □ No 

FD-122 should be submitted to Bureau: [ZjYes □ No r— , v„« f" I No 

^ ,e..orhe„d .e„,o.ppdp,„ .-ould ho suh.tt.ed to the Bureou and Secret Serv.ee. □ D 

File Reviewed _ — — ■ ^ ' x 

□ Subject Mi-Pts SI Criteria . .. >.. ^ ' ' V, 

□ Does not Mfot SI Criti-ri« -* ' 

AgenfB'in.tiais "^^ —^j^ pRi]STj;.Dj]i.5;nsEiL.r.P-i5 1 „ 

Dute — " ' KNCE'w y..- "J . . J.- 

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Ai|gjl3ti3, 1965 



Federal Bureau of Investigation 
New York, New York 

Dear 

Thank you very much for the susgestion tha^.a 
particular Uen^>^o^in FD-154 be placed l^^^^l^^ 
lira pleased to advise you this proposal is >=t,'^S f -^=' .';_■ ''^ 
steps are biuvj taksa to place it inio euect wnea mis fornUf 

The interest and initiative which prompted you 
to brfos this inatter to my attention are indeed appreciate'^. 

- :- Sincerely yours, 

J. Edgar \\ 




\ (Suggestion #75-66 dated 8/9/65) (verification of Information 

. inaex card is --^ current or b, ,^3ub,ect,^ ^on the low ^^P 

the form instead o the ^\°P P=^„^'. fstcurity Index card. The Agent o mpletes 
by a clerk from information .on the Sec^my '■'^ ^^^^ .^ 

the hiformation on the lower P^^^on rf the f orm and he xs ^^^ ^^ 

qualified to indicate whether;t,he^^hotQi;rwhas the best iiKe ^ 

■ • " TrainiiTg Division after consulting with the Domestic mtelU- i 
•e Division agre^'suggester makes a good point^i^garding this procodur.^ 




\^»*''^^ SEE PAGE TWO 

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^ATL: August 26, 1965 




-BjECT.. SECURITY IIWESTIGATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS 



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instructed^'heTSd'to obtaf '';'' '^'^^^ -^"^^ ''' 1565. 

the utllization'of oo^^ealed'caSs L'^btarr^--^'^' ^°^ ' '• 
Of security subjects. cameras m obtaining- photographs / 



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Photographf depictin' a Zh ?f. '° '"^'"^^'^" <="^^^"t > ^ 

subjects! These SofoLfnh^ likeness of Security Index 

identificatiorpu^S dSlnf ^i,""^"^"'^^^ "°' ^"1^ ^^^ 
be of Vital imooSce if^t Lco°.'"''"'''^'"°"' "°"^ ^'^^1 
these subjects'durin^ a natln^^i ''^''^^^^ry to apprehend 

photograpL Of th^s^^:b•e^^°^^l-^-Z^ ^.^^'^^^' . 

this techni'uf\=: S aK ^rpL\X\"sT°H''^ f "^^ 

subjects. In all of these c^s°,^n^?i ^^^'^ Security Index 

Obtaining Photographs a;erb\ir^^™tedr"=^^ '"-^ , i 

RECOI^lSNDATTnTJ; . '*::.' 



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- 100-430387 (Ilyman Stein) 

- 100-332679 (Cecelia Stein) 



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UNITED STATES GOV. >IMENT . 

Uemorandum^mi^ IN ENVELOPE 

DATE: 9I3IS5 
TO : i 



F5.OM 

SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX - ^ 



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During the past week 22 -^^^ -"/^f/ircrease 
Security Index and 19 cards were cancelled, a net mcr 

of 3 cards. 

The Security Index count as o£ today is 10.167. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



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UNITED STATES GOVE!rNMENT ^ ' 35(^ 

M^moraw^tz/TZI^OUTE IN ENVELOPE 



"^ DATE: 9/10/65 



/FROM 
SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX ^ /^» 

. 6 

During the past week 20 cards were added to tiie 
Security Index and 34 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 14 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,153_^ 

ACTION: 

None. This is for your information. 



UNITED STATES Gf ERNMENT j"^ ' "tJ^O 4? 

Memorand .m * - 



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TO DATE: 9/10/65 



FROM 



^j:/- - -'''• y ry J? a -^^x — ££122^ 



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SUBJECT: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS ' 

: vy, .' 

SYNOPSIS : 

Each month we follow the field closely on the status 'of security 
work by analyzing the backlog of pending active cases and delinquency in 
espionage, internal security, security matter, foreign intelligence and 
racial matters cases in classifications 65, 100, 105 and 157. Status of 
these cases as of August 31, 1965, is set forth below. 

In August, 1965, there was an increase in pending active matters 
in the field in classifications 65, 100 and 105 from 19,957 to 20,472. 
Delinquent matters decreased from 1,624 to 1,398. The petjceiltage of 
delinquent matters decreased from 8.1 per cent to 6.8 per cent. 

During the same month, pending active matters in the 157 
classification increased from 4,681 to 5,162 while delinquent matters 
increased from 618 to 919. The field-wide delinquency in this classi- 
fication increased from 13.2 per cent to 17.8 per cent. 

Letters are being sent to the offices indicated by asterisks 
on pages 4 and 5 herein, commenting on their delinquency and pointing 
out the necessity for bringing Cheir cases in these classifications to a 
current status. 

ACTION ; 

The field will continue to be fdllowed closely regarding 
delinquency in the 65, 100, 105 and 157 classifications and you will be 
advised of the results of the review of the administrative report for 
September, 1965. 



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Sr™SNCY IN SECmiTY^NVESTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



""' O^e August. 1965. ^^r^^-:^l,:^S:^^l^^ ^"^ 
that the total pending -<=^j;--^^^^"i:;"=iritSs decreased from 1.624 to 
increased from 19.957 ^o 20.472. Delinquent ite ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ 
• 1.398. The percentage o£ delinquent items deer ^^^ ^^^ classification 
e'.S per cent. These ^^^^^^""^^^^f^^a from 4.681 to 5,162; delinquency 
rnSareffrSrrSr:nrtreTercentage of delinquency increased 
from 13.2 per cent to 17.8 per cent. 

matters and delinquency for all tieia aivi. 

TOTAL PENDING ACTIVE MATTERS ■ . 
ALL T^TTTJJ) DIVISIONS ^ . 

. • ^^1/65 4/30/65 5/31/65 6/30/65 7/31/65 8/31/65 
Classifications 3/31/65 4/JU/d:3 --/ 

961 943 840 814 781 756 



65 

iOO 

105 
Totals 

157 



8.687 rs881 9.26^ 9.556 9.306 9.360 
.9^ _9_JZI -i^ -^^ ^^ ^^^ 

^,1Z1 3.737 3.760 4.232 4.681 5.162 



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S?"deSqScy'in security investigations 

TOTAL DELINQUENT MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 



Classifi- 
cations 3/31/65 

65 26 

100 677 



105 
Totals 

157 



4/30/65 




6/30/65 


7/31/65 


8/31/65 


29 


26 


19 


24 


25 


719 


1,008 


915 


862 


766 


564 


828 


771 


738 


607 



515 564 g^o — '-^ 

Z^US.m 1.312(6.87^ 1.862(9.57.) 1,705(8.57.) 1.624(8.1%) 1,398(6.V^ 



^ii^^^:^^-;ii^I^:^^"^iI^^I^^^^(5^^^^^ 618G3.a) 91907.87^ 




..^.^.,^ of Secu ^^-^v Work by Ind ividual Office 



The offices with delinquency in either cat,.gory^^^ 
alphabetically and these sfatxstics ^f ^^^^^^^^3^^^^ ^he 65. 100 and 105 
ShiScaSoS ^r SiSrnciS shor^ar^based on pending active 
matters. 



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Office 

Albany 
, Atlanta 
Baltimore 
Birminghain 
Boston 
> Buffalo 

4 Charlotte 

* Chicago 

J Cincinnati 
; Cleveland 
' Dallas 
i Denver 
Houston 
Indianapolis 
Jackson 
Jacksonville 
Kansas City 
Knoxville 
Los Angeles 

^ Louisville 

H Memphis 
Miami 
Milwaukee 
Minneapolis 
Mobile 



Active Matters Delinquency 
157 Classi- 157 Classi- 
fication fication 
7/31/65 8/31/65 7/31/65 8/31/65 




0.07o 
10.0% 
3.47o 
44.67o 
7.l7o 
8.77o 
7.l7o 
7.l7o 
7.17o 
0.07o 
8.97o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
5.07o 
10.37o 
6.47o 
0.07o 
2.97o 
6.l7o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
2.47o 
ll.l7o 
0.07o 
7.07o 



0.07o 

14.87o* 

9.l7o 

37.77o* 

0.07o 

5.07o 

5.47o 

3.57o 

2.l7o 

2.87o 

3.87o 

0.07o 

3.47o 

3.87o 

20.97o* 

5.37o 

0.07a 

1.47o 
6.47o 
0.07o 
9.l7o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
4.97o 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
7/31/65 8/31/65 



204 
101 
395 
56 
432 
385 
87 
1,222 
212 
404 
95 
115 
84 
243 
53 
78 
69 
30 
1,555 
45 
99 
429 
251 
249 
35 



17 5 
84 
579 
59 
439 
344 
81 
1,268 
235 
390 
114 
133 
83 
311 
50 
76 
71 
31 
1,648 
42 
107 
428 
224 
299 
30 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
7/31/65 8/31/65 



5.97o 

23.87o 
6.67o 

16.l7o 
9.57o 
5.77o 
5.77o 
9.57o 
7.17o 
4.57o 
8.47o 
1.77o 
9.57o 
4.97o 

15.97o 
3.87o 
1.47o 
0.07o 

13.27o 
2.27o 
5.17o 
2.l7o 
10.07o 
3.27o 
28.67o 



9.l7o 

19.07o* 

5.77o 

25.47o* 

9.67o 

4.97o 

16.07o* 

5.87o 
• 5o57o 
6.27o 
0.97o 
4.57o 
3.67o 
4.87o 
0.07o 
11.87o* 
4.27o 
p.07o 
11.67o* 
2.47o 
20.67o* 
1.97o 
7.l7o 
1.77o 
0.07o 



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Office 

Newark 

New Haven 

New Orleans 

New York 

Norfolk 

Oklahoma City 

Omaha 

Philadelphia 

Phoenix 

Pittsburgh 

Portland 

Richmond 

s't. Louis 

San Antonio 

San Diego 

San Francisco 

San Juan 

Savannah 

Seattle 

Springfield 

Tampa 

WFO 



Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
7/31/65 8/31/65 




Delinquency 


Active 


Matters 


157 Clas 


jsi- 


65, 100 


and 105 


fication 


Classifi 


cations 


7/31/65 8/31/65 


7/31/65 8/31/65 


8.67o 


0.07o 


769 


859 


0.07o 


0.07o 


320 


3G0 


24.27o 


38.37o* 


121 


175 


ll.l7o 


23.87o*. 


4,503 


4,219 


0.07o 


0.07o 


37 


48 


0.07o 


10.07o* 


56 


57 


ll.l7o 


10.07o* 


46 


55 


7.A7o 


19.77o* 


662 


677 


0.07o 


0.07o 


64 


53 


6.37o 


0.07o 


211 


226 


0.07o 


ll.l7o* 


118 


125 


0.07o 


0.07o 


100 


104 


0.77o 


0.07o 


185 


161 


5.97o 


4.37o 


71 


72 


0.07o 


0.07o 


170 


179 


2.37o 


4.37o 


1,450 


1,4:)9 


0.07o 


0.07o 


592 


508 


6.37o 


20,07o* 


39 


3b 


12.57o 


0.07o 


356 


373 


0.07o 


0.07o 


147 


130 


2»87o 


0.57o 


164 


164 


7.07o 


5o8% 


1,851 


2,119 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
7/31/65 8/31/65 



7.97o 
8.47o 
13.l7o 
11.27o 
2.7% 
7.l7o 
10.97o 
8.87o 
3.l7o 
6.27o 
5.97o 
5.07o 
8.67o 
2.87o 
8.87o 
1.97o 
21.57o 
10.37o 
4.27o 
2.77o 
1.87o 
4,l7o 



8.27o 
6.37o 

17.67o* 
8.97o 

■ 8,37o 
7.07o 
1.87o 
8.77o 
3.87o 
4.97o 
6.47o 
3.87o 
8.77o 
1.47o 
9.5% 
5.9% 
6.7% 
22.9%* 

, 2.9% 

3.1% 

•3.7% 

4.0% 



- 5 



CONTINUED - OVER 



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Director. FBI > ^„„,u.— -•"'' 

BA • CUBA 

Roforonco Bulot to tho IJe'^srtnont dated 
7/20/65 captionoa "Cuban linorgexicy Plans- Internal 
Security - Cuba^" 

On 9/10/65 a re-^rcsentativo of tho rcpartccnt 

i::.U^ ^A^cordli^nv; 'i:i": is been advised that the reccssary 

^t:^ :ntfcaluns iOT subject's appronsnsicn luivo been 
cancelled. 

The Security InUss cards caiatalcsd for the 
-ubi'-ct at tl-.9 Euroau have beon cancelled aa^^Jf" ?^°^" 



,>^ in the Security In-— 
,^-^roved ior inolusioa 1° "^ ^^ activities. 
NCTE: subject was ^?P^°^^"pro_c;i;^-o '-i~?=^^''^°^„Sing subject 
^/62 based o^^^^f^^-aeveloped i«°^«^J? ^^ho Cuban 
ContlnualinvcGtlS^tion iiotive on oeaaii 01 ^_^^^^j. ^„j 

BO lo=-^,^^^^f Requested the -^P^^rr^^/^^I^oved xrom the 
Covernaent. "O ^|^ ^^^^ subject la -c^'^-^ i^epart^^'^^^L^ed 
KdlKfrnta^fas furnicued to^.A^^^^^^, J^ ,^1 be coniirmod 



Attorney 
l>y letter 



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t^Of RECORDED 
46 SEP 20 1965 



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OfllONAl »0»M NO. 10' , ,»OI»-I»» 

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UNITED STATES COVER. .ENT -n-v TT ,^T rkT*"!?' 

Memorandun^Om^ ^N E.IViLOPE 



T-O I^ATE: 9/17/65 

FROM 

SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX ^Ly\ 

During the past week 16 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 20 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 4 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10, 149. 

ACTION: 

None. This is for your information. 



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OfTtOHAl fOlM Mo. 10 
MAY •♦*! lOlIIOM 
OVA OIM ttC HO 1 » 



UNITED STATES Of" ER' " 'ENT 

Memorandum 



TO 



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DATE: 9/20/65 



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FROM 







SUBJECT: ^ECUEIXY-INDEX...CARD SXAIISTICS 

There are 10,160 persons represented in ^he Security Index as 
of September 15. 1965. Of the total, 7,312 or 72.0 per cent are 
communists o 

A d.t.ll.d MbU, .nclos..! In duplicate, shows .s of September 15 

tendencies, danger ousness, sex, race, citizensnxp ana ^p 
A key to abbreviations is enclosed. 



fil 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED IN SECURITY INDEX 



AL Alien 

DC Detcom 

KF Key Figure 

NA 



Naturalized 



NB Native Born 

TF Top Functionary 

UN Unknown 

AEP Atomic Energy Program Employees 

ASC American Socialist Clubs 

COM Communist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

CZE ' Czechoslovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects 

VCF Foreign Government Employees 

GOV United States Government Employees 

ISL Independent Socialist League 

jFG Johnson Forest Group 
MIS Miscellaneous 
MMI Moslem Mosque, Inc. 
NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive Labor Party 

POL Polish 

PPA Proletarian Party of America 

PRN Puerto Rican Nationalist 

RUS Russian 



Socialist Workers' Party 
United Nations Employees 



SWP 
UNE 
YUG Yugoslavian 



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UNITED STATES GOvER lENT ^jC;f - _ ^"nT-, • 

Memorandurrmm^ IN ENVii^LOPik ^ 

DATE: September 22, 1965 '^ 



,v;^o ^Mr. jjt****^*^*^^^;.^^ ^ 



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1 - SAC, Quant i CO 

FROM : j^f^^™™:::;.:-^^^^ 'vtiA ■ i »Metfipr:!?^^ ^ 

SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX LISTS 



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Enclosed herewith is one copy each of the following 
lists for Sansmittal to the SAC, Quantico, for storage wxth 
other vital records maintained by him. 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of the SI. 

4) List of key figures and top functionaries. 

5) List of SI subjef^i-^ out of country, \ j 

6) List of subjects whose citizenship status is unknown. 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI sub:e^its of Chinese descent. 
^^ 9) List of SI subjects sympathetic to communist China. 

I '4o) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba. 

"12) List of. SI subVe-cts^who are defectors. _ 

T3) List of Progressive ikbor Movement membei^.g^p 04 ^gp^ 

14) List of SI subjects who are- Chinese defee*e«. -. 

-5) List of SI subjects who are Cuban defectors. ^^^^\ , 

\ n^' Enclosure , M' W 

V^^ 100-^3^80.36 ' CONTINUED - OVER 



♦5 



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L/S'T 



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Memorandum for Mr. 

Re: Security Index Lists 

100-358086 



The SAC, Quantico, should destroy by burning the 
lists furnished on 8/19/65. When this action has been taken, 
he should so note on this memorandum and return it to the 
Subversive Control Section, 



ACTION: - "- 

If you approve, this memorandum and the attached 
lists will be forwarded to Quantico for the above action 






- 2 - 



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LIST 




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Assistant Attorney General 
Director, FBI 

SECURITY I>TDEX LIST 



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September 23, 1965 



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There Is attached hereto a current list of 
names of the Individuals maintained in the Security Index. 
Names included in the main portion of the list are arranged 
alphabetically » Those Individuals coming within four 
designated groups are listed on separate pages. Following 
each name is information indicating the race, sex, birth 
date. Bureau file number, and the Bureau field office 
covering the residence of the individual. 

It is requested that this list be given utmost - 
security. / »v<K .r'"^ l' 

Enclosure * . .7^' v T v" " ^ ' 



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100-358086 






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NOTE: Letter classified "Top Secret" as -pertains to 
*3^S[i7ity Index, part of "Top Secret" Emergency Detention 
Program of Department. Espionage Section ot Special ^^ w , 
Section not included. Four designated groups are: J^ C/Y 
lei ti 

*-^ U. S. Government Employees 

Foreign Government Employees 
United Nations Employees 
Cubans 



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9/23/65 

Assistant Attornoy Ccaoral 
Dlroctor, TBI 



YOU nay desire to arran.S^o *« a .;arTant to 1^ 
event of an eaerssncy invoXvang tcs 



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«^- , have also 

Hooorts concGrninS rv^efcrict Director ox tuo 

been f umSa to tha ?^^i^^°|^^^5^^il^!'*it is roquo. ^od 

that you »4^f ^4"^^t ^a^^^^S for tbo ar-preaengxen oi 
issuance oi_a warrant <--* 

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as letter relates to the 
NOTE: Classified j^^^^uon Program vhich program 

•EopSrtcant' s ijnergoncy v» 
4« on cl»»^ ed. 



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MAt 1**1 lOITlOM 

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UNITED STATES GOV. -NMENT_ ^^ EiN[YELOr_ 

Memorandum ^^-^ — 

^ DATESeptember 24, 1965 



>^:from 

/O I V , 

SUBJECT : SECURITY tNDEX ' • ' 

^e ^ollowin, is a report oi^he^status o.^tne^^ 
Security Index since the last counx 

Cards Added CardL^2H££l2^ NelOiange 
Week Of; caras Huue_ . 



August 30 - 22 19 ii 

September 3 2^ 34 - 14 

Septenber 6-10 ^" 20 " * 

September 13 - 17 ]% 19 _- 3-' 

September 20 - 24 16_ / 

Total '* 

'' , _-j-.j ---p •♦■4»«o "there 

Durine the ^bove-mentionea pe..^^.;^^ ^^ 

,as a net decrease of 18 cards xn tne ;.ecu.x.> 

ror your information during the precedin.^fou^^^^^^^^ 

period, 87 cards were added to the Security ^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ 

^ere cancelled, resulting xn a ne 

The security Indes count as of today is 10. 146. 



ACTION; 



4-- 



This is for your information. 



^mOtUl K>tM MO. «0 . . \ Z?--^ I G\ 

MAT l»«l lomoH • . y _ 

OtA MM. tfO. MO. 1' ■■■—', ^ 

UNITED STATES GO > ERNi-^NT 

Memorandum'^mT^ IN ENVELOPE 

DATE: 10/1/65 



TO 



FROM 



SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX ' ^l^J^} j , 

During the past week 13 <=-<^^ -^^^^ef decrise 
Security Index and 17 cards were cancelled, a net 

of 4 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,14^.. 

ACTION: 



None 



This is for your information. 



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OfTIOMAi ra*M MO. 10 
MAV lt*l iOltlOM 
OlA OIM. 110. NO. if 



UNITED STATES GO J.' 'MENT 

Memorandum n 



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DATE: 10/4/65 



FROM 



SUBJECT:^ 



Q AI 



^SECURITY INDEX - CUBA 
^ (SEMI-ANNUAL REVIEW AND ANALYSIS) 



2 



/ 



1. Origin: This program instituted November, I960, 

Purpose: To keep track of dangerous individuals having 
pro-Castro sympathies and who are engaged in activities considered 
inimical to the United States to insure they are neutralized in event o± 

hostilities involving Cuba. r. a. 

Scope: Program applies to two categories of pro-Castro 
Security Index subjects against whom appropriate action would be taken 

In case of emergency. . ^^ ^, . ^ i 

(A) Cuban Special Section (individuals on 

Security Index solely based on their pro-Castro activities or sympathies) • 

^ (B) Security Index tabbed C for "Pro-Cuban." 

(Individuals placed on Security Index for other reasons such as members •» 
of Communist Party who by reason of pro-Castro activities^ and/ or ^ ^^^^^^ 
sympathies are considered dangerous in the event of hosti^ivicsv^i wU^w . 



2. 



Tie In With Other Prosrrams: Program is co-ordinated with 
As oi 9/30/65 339 individuals were 



over-all Security Xncisx program. — ___,-. . ,,^ i_ o ^ ^ 
tabbed "Pro-Cuban;" 235 individuals were included m 'Cuban Special 
Section'* of which 96 were aliens. i 

Magnitude: In the event of hostilities with Cuba, the 
government could immediately proceed to pick up those individuals 
listed on the Security Index v/ho are Cuban aliens, v/e keep 
Immigration and Naturalization Service informed concerning the aliens 
and the Attorney General ±s having documents prepositioned against them 
which documents would facilitate their arrest by the Immigration and 
Naturalization Service should the eventuality arise. 

3. Administra tive Control : A Bureau supervisor has direct 
responsibility' for following this matter aid assuring field handles 
program pxperly. Accordingly, it receives a continuing review. 

Adequacy and Curren tness of Instructions : SAC letters 
60-54 dated 1 1/22/(^0, 6 2-55 dated 10/t>/^2, (^3-61 dated 12/17/63 and 
64-58 dated 9/29/64 furnished the over-all instructions re program. 
Specific instructions concerning disaffection of United States citizens, 
abroad were set forth in Bulet to all offices dated 9/17/64. With regard 
to Cuba, these instructions relate to individuals who have manifested y 
disaffection from United States since 10/1/60. Instructions are , 
current and complete. — S ^ 

CONTINUED - OVER „ 



4 OCT 5 l^^i. 



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^.57^ 



Memorandum to ^ 
SECURITY INDEX - CUBA 
(SEMI-ANMJAL REVIEW AND ANALYSIS) 

4« Dissemination ; Pertinent data re Security Index 
subjects is furnished Secret Service at field and headquarters 
level. Dissemination is also made to Department, State, Central 
Intelligence Agency and the military intelligence agencies. In 
those cases involving Cuban aliens, dissemination is also made to 
Immigration and Naturalization Service both at field and headquarters 
level* Instructions re dissemination were furnished field in SAC 
letters 64-48 (C) dated 9/29/64 and 65-10 (G) dated 3/9/65. Instructions 
with respect to dissemination to Secret Service were reiterated to 
the New York Office by letter dated 6/7/65 captioned "Nationality 
Group Coverage, IS-Cuba." 

5# Past or Present Weaknesses ; Program instituted in view 
of possible limited emergency growing "out of situation existing between 
United States and Cuba in 1960. Program serves to more completely 
discharge our responsibilities in Security field as they relate to 
Cuba and to insure that these responsibilities are continuously being .. 
met. No present weakness in the program. 

6. Contemplated Action ; Program should be continued as 
now constituted. 

ACTION : 

For information. Program will be analyzcsd in April, 1966. 






- 2 - 



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0»tK>M*l »Oi*i MO. 10 / MIO-IO* '',%-> ~> 

"^ - MAT l»*l lOIIIOH , _ ' -^ 

i . OM OlM. HO. NO. iJ ^ -^ No 

UNITED STATES GOVEP lENT " ' 

Memorandum mi^TE IN ENVELOPE 

xo DATE: October 8, 1965 

y .: 

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SUBJECT: -^SECURITY INDEX _ ^ C,^-'^' ' 



J- 

■ rnw ii i tw I ' ll ■»## 



During the past week 21 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 20 cards were cancelled, a net increase 
of 1 card. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,143. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



■ III! H I ■■ I llliMI III III I II 



''^^, OtA OIM. UO "no. 1/ ' . • 

UNITED STATES GO .RNMENT ^ - 

Memorandum 

TO OATK: October 13, 196! 



3,^/^ 



FROM 



" ■ ' c 

_f:> '.-/- /-T^y ^^'^ *- ^ 

T 

j SUBJECT: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS "^'^^ " 

SYNOPSIS : 

Each month we follow the field closely on the status- of security 
work by analyzing the backlog of pending active cases and delinquency in 
espionage, internal security, security matter, foreign intelligence and^ 
racial matters cases in classifications 65, 100, 105 and 157. Status of 
these cases as of September 30, 1965, is set forth below. 

In September, 1965, there was an increase in pending active 
matters in the field in classifications 65, 100 and 105 from 20,47 2 to 
20,523. Delinquent matters decreased from 1,398 to 1,337. The percentage 
of delinquent matters decreased from 6.8 per cent to 6.5 per cent. 

During the same m.onth, pending active matters in the 157 
classification increased from 5,162 to 5,299 while delinquent matters 
decreased from 919 to 540. The field-wide delinquency in this classi- 
fication decreased from 17.8 per cent to 10«,2 per cent. ; 

Letters are being sent to the offices indicated by asterisks 
on pages 4 and 5 herein, commenting on their delinquency and pointing 
out thi necessity for bringing their cases in these classifications to a 
current status. 

ACTION : 

The field will continue to be followed closely regarding 
delinquency in the 65, 100, 105 and 157 classifications and you will be 
advised of the results of the review of the administrative report for 
October, 1965. ■ * 



%^/i 



Memorandum for . ^^^xrr, 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY ItWESTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



8,881 9,267 9,556 9,306 9,360 9,111 
9^577 __9^68 9,699 9,870 10,356 10,617 



100 

105 

Totals 19.401 19.675 20.069 19,957 20,472 20,523, 



157 



3,737 3,760 4,232 4,681 5,162 5,299 



- 2 - 



CX)NTINUED - OVER 



The September, 1965, administrative reports for all off ices 
indicate that the total pending active matters in classifications 65,^100, 
Lid 105 increased from 20,472 to 20,523. Delinquent items decreased rrom 
1 398 to 1,337 „ The percentage of delinquent items decreased from 6.8 per 
c;nt to 6.5 per cent. These sa^e reports disclose that in the 157 classi- , 
fication total pending active matters increased from 5,162 to :),^yy, 
delinquency decreased from 919 to 540; and the percentage of delinquency ^ 
decreased from 17.8 per cent to 10.2 per cent. ^ 

The following statistics show the status of pending active ] 
matters and delinquency for all field divisions for the last six months.^ ^ 

i 

TOTAL PENDING ACTIVE MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 

ALL FIELD DIVISIONS \. 

Classifications 4/30/65 5/31/65 6/30/65 7/31/65 8/31/65 9/30/65 
55 943 840 814 781 756 795 






5^°'dSSqSnCY in SEckliriNVESTIGATIONS 



TOTAL DELINQUENT MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100. 105 and 157 
AT.T. FIELD DIVISIONS . 



«30/e5 5/31/65 6/30/65 7/31/65 e/31/65 ^30/65 



29 
719 
564 



26 

1,008 

828 



19 
915 
771 



24 
862 
738 



25 
766 
607 



15 
710 
612 



Classifi- 
cations 

65 

100 

105 

Totals 

157 

Status^olJecuri^^ 

The offices with delinquency in eith^ catego^ are Uste 

alphabetically and thesestat.stxcs reveal ^^^^ ^^l ,^,, for the 

September, 1965, in ^^^.^^^^.^^f^he delinquencies shown are based on 
65, 100 and 105 classifications. The aeii q 

pendv.ng active matters. 



1.312(6^7.) l,862e^OlJ05«^5B2^««8^1^^ 




- 3 - 



CONTINUED - OVER 



If 



firti 






Office 

Albany 

Atlanta 

Baltimore 

P * -mingham 

Boston 

Buffalo 

Charlotte 

Chicago 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Dallas 

Denver 

Detroit 

Honolulu 

Houston 

Indianapolis 

J-ckson 

w ^.cksonville 

Kansas City 

Little Rock 

Los Angeles 

Memphis 

Miami 

Milwaukee 

Minneapolis 



Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
8/31/65 9/30/65 



15 

61 

22 

310 

13 

20 

240 

57 

96 

36 

52 

7 

54 
1 
29 
26 
1,006 
94 
11 
61 
110 
22 
130 
18 
17 



15 
69 
17 
276 
15 
15 
356 
55 
143 
30 
53 
7 
48 
1 
52 
27 
990 
105 
5 
66 
97 
19 
119 
17 
8 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
8/31/65 9/30/65 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
8/31/65 9/30/65 



0.0% 
14.87o 
9.l7o 
37.77o 
0.07o 
5.07o 
5.47o 
3.57o 
2.l7o 
2.87o 
3.87o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
3o47o 
3.87o 
20.97o 
5.37o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
6o47o 
'9.l7o 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0«07o 



6.77, 
13.07>* 
5.97o 
20.77o* 
6.77o 
0.07o 
12.97o* 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07o ' 
0.07o 
0.07o 
0.07. 
0.07o 
7.77o 
14.87o* 
11.47o* 
2.97. 
0.0% 
1.5% 
0.0% 
5.3% 
0.8% 
0.0% 
0.0% 

- 4 - 



176 
84 
579 
59 
439 
344 
81 
1,268 
235 
390 
114 
133 
699 
59 
83 
311 
50 
76 
71 
21 
1,648 
107 
428 
224 
299 



203 
72 
505 
55 
460 
339 
95 
1,277 
239 
453 
98 
91 
690 
42 
85 
329 
53 
68 
77 
18 
1,647 
91 
416 
239 
277 



Delinquency 


65, 100 and 105 


Classifications 


8/31/65 9/30/65 


9.1% 


4.4% 


19.0% 


4.2% 


5.7% 


6.7% 


25 „ 4% 


12.7%* 


9.6% 


7.0% 


4.9% 


6.8% 


16.0% 


•9„5% 


5.8% 


6.4% 


5.5% 


3.8% 


6.2% 


6.0% 


0.9% 


2.0% 


4.5% 


7.7% 


0.0% 


1.3% 


0.0% 


2,4% 


3.6% 


4.7% 


4.8% 


7.6% 


0.0% 


1.9% 


11.8% 


5.9% 


4.2% 


> 3.9% 


0.0% 


0.0% 


11.6% 


13.8%* 


20.6% 


lloO%* 


1.9% 


3.6% 


7.1% 


4.2% 


1.7% 


4.0% 



CONTINUED - OVER 








Active 


Matters 


Delinquency 


Active 


Matters 


Delinquency 




157 Classi- 


157 CI, 


assi- 


65, 100 


and 105 


65, 100 , 


and 105 




fication 


fication 


Classifications 


Classifications 


Office 


8/31/65 


9/30/65 


8/31/65 • 


9/30/65 


8/31/65 


9/30/65 


8/31/65 


9/30/65 


Mobile 


490 


507 


4.9% 


4.77o 


30 


24 


0.07o 


4.27o 


Newark 


34 


30 


0.07o 


0.07o 


859 


332 


8.27o 


7,7% 


New Haven 


15 


11 


0.07o 


0.07o. 


300 


324 


6.37o 


5.27o 


New Orleans 


1,211 


1,084 


38.37o 


22.l7o* 


175 


182 


17 . 67o 


• 8.87o 


New York 


21'-* 


27 


23.87o 


0.07o 


4,219 


4,353 


8.97o 


8.87o 


Oklahoma City 


10 


13 


10.07o 


0.07o 


57 


57 


7.07o 


7.07o 


0:r.aha 


10 


5 


10„07o 


0.07o 


55 


59 


1.87o 


5a7o 


Philadelphia 


66 


56 


19.77o 


10.77o* 


677 


666 


8.77o 


5.37o 


Phoenix 


3 


6 


0.07o 


16.77o* 


53 


63 


3.87o 


0.07o 


Pittsburgh 


18 


16 


0.07o 


0.07o 


226 


232 


-4.97o 


3.07. 


Portland 


9 


6 


11.17o 


0.07o 


125 


132 


6.47o 


5.37o 


Richmond 


96 


100 


0.07o 


0.07o 


104 


92 


3.87o 


2.27o 


St. Louis 


48 


98 


0.07o 


0.07o 


161 


163 


8.77o 


5.57o 


Salt Lake City 5 


4 


0.07o 


0.07o 


44 


50 


0.07o 


2.07o 


San Antonio 


23 


15 


4.37o 


0.07o 


72 


109 


1.47o 


2.87o 


San Diego 


16 


13 


0.07o 


7.77o 


179 


175 


9.57o 


11.47o* 


San Francisco 


47 


46 


4.37o 


6.57o 


1,499 


1,501 


5.97o 


5.37o 


San Juan 








0,07o 


0.07o 


508 


552 


6.77o 


> 4..57« 


Savannah 


130 


140 


20.07o 


12.97o* 


35 


30 


22.97o 


3.37o 


Seattle 


25 


15 


0.07o 


0.07o 


373 


376 


2.97o 


•1.67o 


Springfield 


12 


8 


0.07o 


0.07o 


130 


105 


3.17o 


2.97o 


Tampa 


189 


236 


0.57o 


0.87o 


164 


145 


3.77o 


2.l7o 


WO 


52 


55 


5.87o 


5.57o 


2,119 


2,000 


4.07o 


3.9^% 



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SAC, San Francisco 10A4/65 

Director, FBI 

' SECUniTY INVESTIGATIONS 
OF nCDIVIDUALS 

^ " *» 

Reference is made to the report of Special Agent 
dated 9/23/G5, at San Francisco,^ in 
the case entitled "Youth For Jobs, IS - C; ISA, 1950." 

Report of reference identified the following 
officers of Youth For Jobs (YFJ) who are not xncluded in 
the Security Index; 



It is noted that by Bureau letter dated 0/3Q/G5 you v/ore 

ti.,t^.,^^o^ to open security investis-tions of ^-^ - 

r:^ " %ho .re also mcluclcd in tliG repcr. .. 

reference as militant; participating members of YFJ. 

Attention is also directed to pace six of referenced 
reoort which sets forth a list of individuals who were con- 
Bidered to be members of the YFJ by virtue of their activities 
and attendance at its functions. Anon.'- those listed was 






a Security Indl7sub,c(t of your pi f ice. It^^as J^^^^^^^^^ ^ 
alon-' with during the period of October, 19(51, 

through November, 19.2, had attended at least 20 Communist 
Party recruiting classes in Berkeley, Oakland, and Richmond, 
California. was also characterized as one c£ the 

leaders of the YFJ in the absence of 

You are instructed to review the report of reference 
carefully and open cases on all of those individuals listea 
SSSvf as weU nl others who have been active in f^^^^^^^"^^^^ 
front organization, the results of which should be suomitted 
in report form in each case along with recommendations 
nSncelning the Security Index status of the subjects involved. 



TO 



omoHAi »«•*• MO. •• 

M«V 1**1 lOMIOM 
«tA OtM. no. MO. IT 



UNITED STATES GOVER^'MENT 

Memorandum 



^t^/o 



DATE: September 29, 196£ 



FROM 



SUBJECT: 



COAST GUARD SCREENING PROGRAM 



A 



^^r^ 4-rt to memorandum 

Coast Guard during 1965. 

r, 4. K«^ o« iqes this matter was discussed by 
On September 28, 19bi>. xnis m intelligence 

Liaison with Lieutenant advised that there is no 
Division, U.S. Coast Guard, ^f . ^°^^=^ ^uard He attributed 
policy cAange in this pro |r am at Coast Guard.^^ ,,,kiog of 

the drop xn case ^^f ^^^^^^"^^ersus Lester decision has been 
cases created by the -P^^^^^. ;^^^" g^ee of years, the Legal 
cleared up. ^^Jl^^^^' ^f ^^^f ablf tfmore acc^^ately 
Staff of Coast Guard bf;f ,^r^^^?r3^^el^^i^g procedures and 
dotcminc those cases -;;"-^-.;^;;^ considered are not 
cases which P^^^^^^^^^ J^^^^^^e^erience^ Regarding 
pursued because of Coast Guard ^^^^^^''^^^^gd he could not 

per year. O; Q /, 

ACTION: X^ ■^- '-'"' ' ^ 



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J.-u^ 



Refer to Subversive Control Section. 



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Hit 



1 ^ .<r« Andorsoa 



Octol>Qr 12 » 1005 



Ai^L:^a4:^u4 i.>ttor;iw>' Gcasra.1 
Piroctor, rai 






liGlcrouc-o ia naUo to tv • i r iroRu*a lotter of 
August 31 » lOiSSp i.n tho eaptloned liatter. 

Iho loXiowinij Ciiiacao aliccis havo h^cn added to 
the Security lnde:i.j 



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Occupation 












I-'^^ort Pr^tc^*"! 



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TOP 









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GROUP 1 
Excluded from automatlo 
downgrading and , ..^ 
declaGsificatioa 






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UrOf{eCoRD£0 



l'/SI 



jusaistant Attorney c*-aoral 



Ccct**vit ion 




report rntcf! 




Ferort^ covorin- the active tlos of thoso individuals 
ha70 t^cca furnished to tho Eecord^ AcMlniati-atlon O.tfieo of 

fortho a'ivc^ontion^d andivic'oais by the Ii.iiic:ratioa ar.d 
h-t'iraii:iation servica in order that thcs« warrants airuit 

^i!crrfatc3 a^/'. .r^:-nist China, It is rc<iucsta<i that you 
ft^/iS3 u^ of your Cocisioa in tTiia rc;;ard. 



KQTE 8 

Classified '^Top Sccrot" as inlorration sot forth 
ocrtalns to tlo arran-in- and isauanco of irarrants in 
?onnoc?!on with the Dorartnonfa fccrr^ency/Procraia. 

Detention 




orriOMAi roiiM no. io 

««AT lt*l IDIIION 
OU OIM. MO. NO. J/ 



UNITED STATES GOVL .MENT 

MemorandiimWmE IN ENVELOPE 

DATE: October 15, 1965 



TO ^.^ 

FROM 



\fr 



SUBJECT: Security index -. ^JJ!dtJl^—- 



During the past week 27 cards were added to th^ 
Security Index and 14 cards were cancelled, a net increase 
of 13 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,156. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



MIIHtO* <»-^— ^^ 

OpnoHAi »o«*« wo. to ^ 1 

MAY »♦*> lOltlOM , ^ i I 

0»* OIM. MO. MO. J» i ^ * 

UNITED STATES GO VMENT '• 1 

Memorandum 



3^0 



/ 



TO 



DATE: 10/20/65 



svBj^: Security raDEX^cAKD statistics 

There are 10, 156 persons represented in the Security Index as of 
October 15, iS M the total, 7,270 or 71.6 per cent axe communists. 



mirTT' 






KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED IN SECURITY INDEX 



AL Alien 

DC Detcom 

KF Key Figure 

NA Naturalized 

NB Native Born > 

TF Top Functionary 

UN Unknown 

AEP Atomic Energy Program Employees 

ASC American Socialist Clubs 

COM Communist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

CZE Czechoslovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects 

FOE Foreign Government Employees 

GOV United States Government Employees 

ISL Independent Socialist League 

JFG Johnson Forest Group . 

MIS Miscellaneous 

MMI Moslem Mosque, Inc. 

NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive Labor Party 
POL Polish 

PPA Proletarian Party of America 
PRN Puerto Rican Nationalist 

RUS Russian 

SWP Socialist Workers* Party 
UNE United Nations Employees 
YUG Yugoslavian 



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SCCUWITV INOEK CAHO SI*riSllCS - •« HfLC CfFILt 

otsto OM vouCH€K-si«tistic*t se ttiON >ti;owo^ as ot- oci.ie.ti> 15, iy6s 







jt *i>ll It) Culu>N 2> rut *«C l<lCl(iOEO IN SICIIONS !• >i 



lor ji ant 21* 5 « )»* i>r>t* tco 

IkNU t. COIUMNS KF **tO IF *«E INCLUIO IN nC CUI.UH4. 



-i OM OtH. tiO. NO. IT ' '''i'' fi 

.■ UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT s - "" ' 

Memorandum'go\]rj^^ IN ENVELOPS 

"^o : . ' DATE: October 22, 1965 

y 

FROM 

SUBJECT: -Security index 



"Week of: 




Card 


s Added 


September 27 


> 






October 


1 




13 


October 4 - 


8 




21 


October 11 - 


15 




27 


October 18 - 


22 




15 


Total 






76 



The following is a report of the status of thi?^ 
Security Index since the last count was furnished 9/24/65. 

Cards Cancelled Net Change 

17 - 4 

20 +1 

14 + 13 

12 + 3 

63 + 13 

During the above-mentioned period of time, there 
was a net increase of 13 cards in the Security Index. 

For your information, during the preceding four-week 
period, 74 cards were added to the Security Index and 92 cards 
were cancelled, resulting in a net decrease of 18 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,159. 
ACTION ; "^ 

This is for your information. 






OtA OiN. tlO. NO. 1/ 



UNITED STATES GOV El ..MENT l.jS'l ' mr ^mm. 



r lE 



MemorandumWUTE IN ENVELOPE^, EE 



TO 





,^.«ffis:^fi^^«*^^ DATE: October 20, 1965 '. 

,,^> .H^^^%^^)^ // 1 - SAC, Quant i CO /^ 



,^K,w> -*^'^^^^%^^K^ / 1 - SAC, Quant i. CO ^ 

FROM : M^5i*;s^^^^^^^^^^ ]_ RfeMj^^g^flfi^^ I 






SUBJECT: '^•SECURITY INDEX ifsTS ^ ^:i . ■-■•""''■' ~ ' 

f 

Enclosed herewith is one copy each of the following 
lists for transmittal to the SAC, Quantico, for storage with 
other vital records maintained by him: 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (Sl) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. . 

3) Special Section of the SI. 

4) List of key figures and top functionaries. .. ; 

5) List of ST subjects out. of rountry. '•• 
c:^ 6) List of subjects whose citizenship status is unknown. 



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t^ 7) List of aliens. 



>p' ^* 8) List of SI subjects of Chinese descent. 






jU^/jil-f 1^ 9) List of SI subjects sympathetic to communist China. 

Cm^^^^^*"^ P 10) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

J,^?^'(>^-1^ REC-34 /^^ ' -^ - ^ '' "'o J ••: 

11) List of SI subjects sympathetic to~^tA) a a n d,, Chi p a. 

12) List of' SI subjects who are defecfor<SQT 25 1965 ^i /^ 

13) List of Progressive Labor Movement members. ^ 

14) List of SI subjects who are Chinese defectors. 

15) I^ist of SI subjects who are Cuban defectors. 

Enclosure , n /; 

y// 100-358086 • CONTINUED - OVER I /■ 

57 NOV 2 • iSBbw 

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Memorandum for Mr. 

RE: SECTJRITY INDEX LISTS 

100-358086 

Subversive Control Section. 

ACTION : 

t-hi s memorandum and the attached 
If you ^PP^°7' "J^^,"ier?^ the above action. 
lists will be forwarded to Quantico 




- 2 - 



OfTIOMM POtM NO. to 
MAT )**> IDItlON 
0»A OtM. MO. NO. iT 



teio^io« 



3^^^ 



TO 



FROM 



UNITED STATES GO V rMMtiM ^^s^/ -^ ^ ^ 

Memorandum j^QUTE IN ENVELOP^^ 

fc,,.i«.>'-^*''-*'^^^^^ DATE: October 21, 1965 



ifiv^VH^ri^r^ 






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>#*»«•*»*»► JjJ»KJ»I. t»l ^^rfl»>»".'. ^*V- .;>;>...» ^ ..» 



subiect/ "SECURITY INDEX 



U 




5. 



We forward to the field quarterly an alphabet! ca: 
list of each office's ^-urity Index in order that the 
Security Index cards maintained in the tieia may o 
and reconciled with Bureau records. 

There is attached a proposed letter to all field 
offices containing appropriate instructions regarding the 
handling of the list. 

RECOMMENDATION ; 

There is attached for approval the yellow _file 
.n.y (ori^^^al on Plastiplate) of a letter to aii orrices. 
M?er approval, the attached yellow file copy should be 
^turned to Su;ervisor J. Harold Glascock, Room 823. 
RtSdell Building for preparation and distribution to the 

field. H 
Enclosure ■. ■i] 



V\ 100-358086 




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1 - Mr. J. 
1 - Mr. ;J^ 

JHG/ssh ^j 
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^ .no 6 OCT 26 19P5 



JO OCT 2 9 198^ 



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TOP SECRET 



!J*V?i*-«-*v4a,;i„-i6fJ 






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Assistant Attorney General 
Director, FBI 



SECURITY iriDEX LIST 



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October 21, 1965 



1 - Mr. 
1 - Mr. 



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There Is attached hereto a current list of 
names of the individuals maintained in the Security Index. 
Names included in the main portion of the list are arranged 
alphabetically. Those individuals coming within four 
designated groups are listed on separate pages. Following 
each^ame is inforrr.ation indicating the race, sex, birth 
date. Bureau file number, and the Bureau field office 
covering the residence of the Individual. 



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It Is requested that this list be given utmost 

security. ,/o- ^ ^ y^'^^ 

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gaclosure 



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7^ Letter classified "Top Secret" as pertains to 

Security Index, part of "Top Secret" Emergency Detention 
Program of Department. Espionage Section of Special 
Section not Included. Four designated groups are: ^ 



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JHG/ssh 
(5) 



U. S. Government Employees 
Foreign Government Employees 
United Nations Employees 
Cubans 

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BOuT^. IN E>r:_iorB 



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Asaistant Attorn<?y General 
Dlroctor» F3I 



October 27, IDGS 



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riil lilo xiu^^r 



A r^rty* 



is S4 Cuban alion and he hiis been cf cc<l 
to tha Sc<r.irit!r Ir-^'o:^. 



Tcu r.r7 dcslro to nrr?.r-o for a ^"-3:'*'^?^ ^h ^^ 
4^^,.^^ C'^llin't lor the rP^i^iie^cBioa oi ?!^1^?^ .« 

th^t'^Su^CvVno tr '3 r;ure-u of your cosislon ro-arair.- taa 



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KOTeT *^ Cl£!^3iflcd '"* . slnco letter relates to the 

Ijipartnont's i^incrccncy Detention Procran, which procrraa is so 
classified* 






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70 OCl ^.:^ 1(^05 



t.oMM rot- MO. 10 joio-io* « ^ 

OlA OIH. no. HO. J/ (^ .' ^V . -^ 

UNITED STATES GOV NMENT 

MemorandummmE IN ENVELOPE 

^Q DATE: 10/29/65 



FROM 



/^ 



SUBJECT: ' SECURITY IN DEX j3_:l^-- — -'^ 

I 

During the past week 15 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 33 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 18 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,141, 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



Ti-iiii : I — ' Mill 111 :■ 'iviiiir wirri ~iii'i iiiniiir' 



I '1 



TOP i»^ra.T 



llh)P£COf^)tU 






SoviJtsibor 4» X0vS5 






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fumiislxO'Jl wj 






1*5 t^3 T'^cr-ltT Ir'':^t. 



You is^v itcsira to i^rr»?i*ri» for ft ^firraat to bo 



«» v"^^ ••*k!a »i.«^^'« 4 .»»«fc ^ -if 






cswsri;«acy iuvoiviJi;! i^\> i'^iilCil states ehu Cul?a« 



ZwoTin c^ 



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?o oXso trotjn furnished 



to tho «rp2ro: ririta i ist rict jPlrcctor oi t.vj IrjiAtrration atxd 

trntviraiirrtion l^crvlcr*. It in r^-^-^^ted t'-v-^t 70U rCr.'-- 



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KOT13: Clnc?3iflod '•otter relates to Departr!cnt •a 



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u/jhi<:c;fu 



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Assistant Attorney Ccxxoral 
Director t FOX 



Sbnrcxabor S, 1035 



l^^^rt't'f****^'? 13 !nsd<? to infomation previotisly 
furnished to'tio^iccorcis'Actsinistrr-tion oifico concerning 

rDI lilo nuii'^er 

is a Cnljiin alien and ha lias 
been added to tho Gcciiritv tz^.r^* 



Ton n^^y dosiro to ztt^ti:^ for a Tarrant to bs 



©Tcnt'oi aa'csergSacy^invoivins tiio Ualted States and Cute^ 

reports concern Ir'T hnvo alco been 

fornlsHed to' the ai-propriato District Lircctor of tlio 
Iii-l,-ratica nn-J N-turalizatioa Service. It la roruc^ted 

lrDn'ax3 ex' fi \:.'ar^an^ caiiinc; ^or the apprchsnslon o^ 






2D NOV r^ i^*'j5 






yo^ ' ^, 4 4»4^j as letter relates to 

ZZxtnoJ^'^S:^^^ Potoution P^.ran ..ic. is so classified, 



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^ 



U/\IR£CO?::i:D 



Assistant Attorney General 
Internal Security Division 

Director, FBI 



Woveobor 9, ID(5S 



EMERGENCY DETENTION PROGRAM 



The name of the subject appearing below has been 
approved for inclusion in the Security Index by the Internal 
Security Division of the Department. 

Name: 

FBI File Number: 

Department Approved: Tiovcnhar 6, XSG2 

Date of Last Report: October 22, 1054 

i"uve& Ligation nas iaxlccl to develop evidence of reuenl 
subversive activities or affiliations on the part of the subject. 
All pertinent information concerning the reported past subversive 
activities of the subject has been furnished the Records 
Administration Office. 

It is requested that the results of the investigation be 
reviewed to determine whether the subject's name should continue 
to be included in the Security Index. 



„<i i-« «»« * *■ 



- W-. ^-. ^ 



Pending receipt of replj' from Department, subject's name will be retained in Security Indc 



NOT iiKcoRj^:^:;^ 
)9N0V 9 I9r. 

id -becret- ns pt>rtams to SI and EDP. component p.u-ts of which ,ire sl;'class.ned 



199 



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•■-.__^ maV »♦♦> iOinOH '^ ,r". ' \ 

"~~~-~^ 0»* OIM. MO, MO. 1^ — ■ ^ '' 

M=:30UTE IN ENVELOPE 

DATE: 11/5/65 
TO : 

W • 

FROM 

SUBJECT: ^SECURITY INDEX / ' 



/ /-y „ / 



During the past week 8 cards were added to the 
Security I^ex Ld Se'cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 28 cards. 

'The Security Index count as of today is 10,113. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



'liTTT' 



OVTIONAl fOnitfitt 111 
MAf 1**1 lOITION 
OlA OIM. i(0. MO. If 



' MIO-IO« . '***»^ i»-f 

UNITED STATES GOVF 'MENT ^ ' "■' 

Memorandummm^ IN ENVELOPE 

TO DATE: 11/12/65 . 

HI ./ 

FROM 

SUBJECT : SECURITY INDEX., ^ 

During the past week 10 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 14 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 4 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,109. 

ACTION ; ^ ^ 

None, This is for your information. 



11/12/65 



SUBVE^vSIVE CCITTKOL SLCTICN 
PROGRi\H ZVALUATICN 



In l!arch, 1952, the prosram of folloT^ing ^individual 
offices on a monthly basis was initiated because of a then 
existing extrenely heavy delinquency in classifications 65, 
100 and''l05. 

■2, ft^rpQSe 

To stress the necessity of rrducin^ Hoi Iprnionry ir 
these categories and the necessity of maintaining these cases in 
a reasonably current status. 

3. Scot?e 

Field wide, 

A. Magnitude 

This is not a majtr program from the standpoint of 
manpower and cost. 

5. Over- Qll Value 

This procram has resulted in a reduction in delin-njcncy 
In security classifications and the maintenance of such dGlin-^-uoncy 

I 



170 NOV IG 19^.5 



COMTirTJED - OVlilx — 



« 



V^REO^f.of^O 



RE: su3vui3ivr, ccinLp-OL section 

PROGKAM EVALUAIICN 



,„ a fairly constant status ^l^lXrSJ^^^'^olZr"^ ' 

Sg in Septe^Lx. 1965 (6.5 per cent). 

in April. 1965. the ^^f ^P-"f,rt^ J^^^Tflprtl 30. 
« cover the 157 (racial -f^f ,f,S ^ Sr;tofd at approxi- 
1965, the delincraency In the J57 ^lass ^^^ delinquency 

rSL^ci:sriarafi;n fleU wfafwas l6.B per cent. 

ACTION : . ^ 

, ^,-, «.^4^.^ ^-^ *-ncv this prosr-ni elosely to 
Ve vlU cc**w**.^- -- 4"*„^^,T.4^v classifications is 
insure that field delinquency in security classir 

kept at a minimum. 



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Uf\^Ht:L.<-^r'L'^Lf 



4s3lstant attorney General 
director, FBI 



CUnMJ JIXEROZUtri PIJUT3 
lirrZLUIAL SDCUIIIT? - CUBA 



JKowmaibor 16^ 1965 



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Tho nana of also knowa 

as , i^I JfilG nimbor ., vas 

arprovcd ifor i:i2lv:zion on'tho i>Gcurit7 index by Joparvsieatal 

Yoii havo beon furaisliod a copy of a csaorandUia 
dated SepterabQr 10, 1DC5, at Nciy York City, rMch i- '^,"cs 
that Uopartod "-ntrcril, Cn!:n.:r», icr* Ci: a on ». . , l::.:i, 

Sicco is an alien iir:d since tliora ia 2:0 i:uor::a»,ioa 

indicatins that ho plans to roturn to tho United states, his 
SQCurity Index card is boing canceled* 



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NOTE ron SAC, rr:^ Yo?x: 

' IwourloTTI^-GS concerning Tho Security Index 

cards maintained on at tho Bureau havo beon cancolod and 

you should likov/iso cancel tho cards in your possession. 



It 



NOTE: 



Classified 



las reference is raado to Security 



Index, conponent parts of which have beon go classified by Dopartnont, 

is Cubttn alien v/ho enrraged in pro-Cnstro activities 
and was placed in* Cuban Special Section of Security Index vith 
Departnontal ri:;nroyal. Deportation warrant was prooiiitionod 
by i:.'3 also, but Donartncnt by letter S-23-.v;3 advised warrant i:ad 
been canceled in view of return to Cuba uiiich had not been 
positively verified by us at tho time. llo\vovor, r.CJ? has now 

: "•''id de':)nrturo rn -Indlcatod and we should romovo 

fity Inds:^. .-»-w.._i 

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UNITED STATES GC . ..R..MENT 

Memorandum 



TO 



DATE: November 10, 1965 






FROM " T* ' / 



SUBJECT: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY/ INVESTIGATIONS 



SYNOPSIS : 

F«^h month we follow the field closely on the status of security 
wor. by anKzinrrLcios of P-Jin. -^ for:ign^int 1 iS- ^^^^^^ 

these cases as of October 31. 1965. is set forth below. 

In October. 1965. there was a decrease in pending active matters 

in the field in classifications 65 10 -\ J^f^^f ^^^Lnta e'of ' ' 
Delinquent matters increased from 1.337_^to^i.^^ ^^ ^F^ ^^^^^^ 
delinauent matters increaseu i.rum o... y^- ~.-- 

D^'rin- the same month, pending active matters in the 157 
i/ui7iiio-^ ^ while delinquent matters 

fication increased from 10.2 per cent to 10.8 per cent. 

Letters are being sent to the offices indiccted by asterisks 
on .^^es-4 and 5 herein! commenting on their delinquency and pointing 
out'^he necSity for bknging their cases in these classifications to a 
current status. 
ACTION : 

November, 1965. 



'V;. 



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Memorandum for * - 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



The October, 1965, administrative reports for all °«i=es 
Indicate that the total pending active matters in classifications 65, 100, 
Sd 105 decreased from 20,523 to 20,300. Delinquent items increased from 
r337 to 1 400. The percentage of delinquent items increased from 6 5 per 
c;nf tSe 9 pe^ cent.' These fame reports disclose that in the 157 classi- 
fT..«t-ion total pending active matters increased from 5,299 to 5,4ib, 
delSuenS inc?£ed'from 5.0 to 587; and the percentage of delinquency 
increased from 10.2 per cent to 10.8 per cent. 

The following statistics show the status of pending active 
matters anf delinquency for all field divisions for the last six months.. 

TOTAL PENDTNG ACTIVE MATTERS 
""~^" CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

Classifications'--5/3l/65 6/30/65 7/31/65 8/31/65 9/30/65 10/31/65 



65 



840 814 781 756 795 907 



100 9.267 



105 



9,556 9,306 9,360 9,111 8,871 

9,568 9.699 9.870 10.356 10.617 10,522 

Totals 1Q.675 20.069 19.957 20.47? 20,523 20,300 

4';232 4.681 5,162 5,299 5,458 



157 3,76D 



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Memorandum for . 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY^ INVESTIGATIONS 



TOTAL DELINQUENT MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 



Classifi- 
















cations 


5/31/65 


6/30/65 




7/31/65 8/31/65 


9/30/65 


10/31/65 


65 


26 


19 




24 


25 


15 


22 


100 


1,008 


915 




862 


766 


710 


711 


105 


828 


771 




738 


607 


612 


667 


Totals 


1,862(9.5%) 


1, 705(8. 57o) 1,624(8.1%) 1 


,398(6.87o) 


1,337 (6. 57o) 


1,400(6.97} 


157 


555(14. 87o) 385(9. 


17o) 


618(13. 27o) 


919(17.87.) 540(10. 27o) 587Cl0.87o) 


Status of 


Security Work by Ind 


ivi 


dual Office 









The offices with delinquency in either category are listed 
alphabetically and these statistics reveal their progress during 
October, 1965, in the 157 classification and in composites for the 
65, 100 and 105 classifications. The delinquencies shown are based on 
pending active matters. 



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Office 



Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
9/30/65 10/31/65 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
9/30/65 10/31/65 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
9/30/65 10/31/65 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
9/30/65 10/31/65 



Albany 


15 


8 


6,7% 


0.07o 


203 


184 


4.4% 


6.5% 


Anchorage 


2 


1 


0.07c, 


0.07o 


22 


20 


0.0% 


5.0% 


Atlanta 


69 


79 


13.07o 


2.57o 


72 


77 


4.2% 


6.5% 


B timore 


17 


18 


5.97o 


5,67o 


505 


388 


6.7% 


7.0% 


Birminghajn 


276 ^ 


213 


20.77o 


41.37o* 


55 


54 


12,7% 


18.5%* 


Boston 


15 


13 


6.77o 


0.07o 


460 


452 


7.0% 


8.8% 


Buffalo 


15 


23 


0.07o 


8.77o 


339 


344 


6.8% 


6.7% 


Butte 


8 


6 


0.07o 


0.07o 


40 


37 


0.0% 


13.5%* 


Charlotte 


356 


462 


12.97o 


10.47o^ 


95 


112 


9.5% 


11.6%* 


Chicago 


55 


62 


0.07o 


0.07o 


1,277 


1,204 


6.4% 


5.9% 


Cincinnati 


143 


165 


0.07o 


9.77o 


239 


243 


3.8% 


2.5% 


Cleveland 


30 


28 


0.07o 


3.67o 


453 


460 


6.0% 


5.2% 


Dallas 


53 


48 


0.07o 


2.l7o 


98 


99 


2.0% 


0,0% 


Denver 


7 


5 


0.07o 


0.07o 


91 


102 


7.7% 


10.8%* 


Detroit 


A8 


45 


0.07o 


0.07o 


- 690 


£63 


1.3% 


4.1% 


Honolulu 


1 


1 


0.07o 


0.07o 


42 


60 


2.4% 


1.7% 


H ston 


52 


43 


1.11 


11.67o* 


85 


85 


4,7% 


8,2% 


Iiiuianapolis 


27 


26 


14.87o 


3.87o 


329 


279 


7.6%. 


14.3%* 


Jackson 


990 


964 


11.47o 


ll.l7o* 


53 


55 


1.9% 


9.1% 


Jacksonville 


105 


106 


2.97o 


0.97o 


68 


69 


5.9% 


1.4% 


Kansas City 


5 


12 


0.07o 


0.07o 


77 


64 


3.9% 


10.9%* 


Knoxville 


130 


221 


0.07o 


0.97o 


34 


45 


0.0% 


0,0% 


Los Angeles 


97 


98 


0.07o 


5.l7o 


1,647 


1,579 


13.8% 


10.0%* 


Louisville 


31 


34 


0.07o 


2.97o 


40 


32 


0.0% 


0.0% 


Miami 


119 


107 


0.87o 


0.0% 


416 


394 


3.6% 


2.5% 


Milwaukee 


17 


11 


0.07o 


0.0% 


239 


277 


4.2% 


7.2% 



- 4 - 



CONTINUED - OVER 



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Assistant Attorney General 
JDlrcctor^ FBI 



XJiTLiiHAL SiXuiUTY • CU3A 



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Tho naiso of rsx file 

nj:3!>er vas approved for Inclus^ica cu X.\\^ 

tczwvlXj In^Ic:? by Ccparirjcatal letter <fatcci AuGust a» 10^3, 

Tbe rccorc'3 AOaiiilntratloti Office, Xntcrr:^! 
Security Dlvisioa of thQ r^-?orti3crjt, cuisi bcca lurnlr;:-od « 
copy of a rcixjrt taado by CT.^clai Ariont 

dated irave-V:or 3, It^GS, nt" Ion A:v-cle3, C-Uiorr:-. Vl.is' 
report indicatcn tliat depp.rtcd Cnmua ior 

CrVa ori July 25, 1055, i'iaco ho is ca a ilea and six:ce ther© 
Is no inforr^atlon indicritinrir that he plans to return to tfco 
United States, lils Security Indcs card is being carxoled. 



KOT^FOn I^ACS I£) S ATTCri rn A? T7> TA -'H^A; ReTx»rt of SA 
^tcd n7ZJ7^n7~G0t3 iorflTcvita verliyin^ Gub1cct*G c'rr^jirture 
frorj Canada to Cu:;a as v.oli rn hlr? prcGcnt rc-^icenco in Cuba. 
Accordingly, ro r.r'ditionnl invcpiti'^atlon KboiUd b^ rcr::-.ctcJ 
by Tacpa, Tho L'ccurit/ IvAt^vi cai-ci3 mnlntCLincd on at tho 

Bureau havo been cr.ncolod and I03 Annelca rhould tai:o similar 
actloa t?lth tho carcl^i In its rK5f3ses'::lon. rtat^js of r-^-^art c'-tcd 
ll/S/Jo has been chan*^cd to closed. Taspa end Um Au-clcs f>i.r.ud 
chango tho status of ccpics of this report In their pocsessica. 






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SEE NOTE PAGE TIVO 






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Assistant Attorney General 

KOTE ! 

placed on Security Index 6/21/G3 based 
on pro-Castro activities and neabership in the July 23 
Movement, a pro-Castro ort^anizatlon. Tho Department 
advised on 8/13/65 that prepositioned papers on sunject 
were canceled since INS reported be was t)p longer in the 
U. S, 

tetter classified ' * since it makes reference 
to the Security Index component parts of which have been 
BO classified by the Department. 



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UNITED STATES GOVE MENT ^ 

Memorandum^OVTE IN EiniVSLOPE 

TO DATE: Novcmber 19, 1965 



FROM 



SUBJECT: -^ECURITY INDEX -flf^^rA^^ 



The following is a report of the status of the 
Security Index since the last count was furnished 10/22/65. 





Week of : 


Cards Added 


Cards Cancelled 


Net Change 




October 25 - 
October 29 


15 


33 


-18 




November 1 - 
November 5 


8 


36 


-28 


f 

1 
1 


November 8 - 
November 12 


10 


14 


- 4 


A 


November 19 


15 


13 


+ 2 



Total 48 96 -48 

i"r. V 

During the above-mentioned period of time, there 
was a net decrease of 48 cards in the Security Index, 

For your information, during the preceding four-week 
period, 76 cards were added to the Security Index and 63 cards 
were cancelled, resulting in a net increase of 13 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,111. 

ACTION; 

Thi|^ is for your informatio a. _ ^ 






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PERSONAL ATTENTION 

Cards ?ont 00 



SAC| San Franolsco 

Dlrootor, FBI (105-97459) 

« * '" 

CHIHESB E'JEEGENCY PLANS 
IS - CH 

By letter dated 11-1-65, classified "'SflipSSS^WPk " / 
Dopartnont advised that INS had boon requested to preposition 
the necessary docioncnts callinr; for the apprehension of the 
folloyin;^ Chinese alien Security Index subjects r/hen so 
instructed by the Attorney General, Tliis moans INS has been 
authorised to nrepare deportation "c^arrants and orders to show 
cause \yhich INS will execute ^hen ordered hy the Attorney General: 









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Under anprcpriate cover you \d.ll bo furnished anondod 
Security Index cards on those subjects v/hich vill contain the 
stamped notation, "DEPOHTATION VAi^J^NT OUTSTAin)ING. " You should 
place a copy of instant letter in individual case files as well as 
captioned control 'file, 

5 - San Franoisco 1 - 105-447G3 /*^"V , 

- 100-39803 (Fmorgency Detention Program) J ■" J^^*"^^i^Q ^ ^ 

- 100-358086 MSocurity Indox) /^^ . '/ ^ ^ ,^ /^ - 10^-41749 . 




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UNITED STATES G( .RNMENT ^ ' - 



Memoranuum 

TO DATE: 11/18/65 



FROM 



jfUBjECT : SECURITY INDEX CARD STATISTICS 



There are 10, 109 persons represented in the Security Index as of 
November 15, 1965. Of the total, 7,207 or 71. 3 per cent are communists. 

■4 

A detailed table, enclosed in duplicate, shows as of November 15, 1965, 
the distribution of the subjects by field office, nationalistic tendencies, dangerousness, 
sex, race, citizenship and "special lists. " A key to abbreviations is enclosed. 






KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED IN SECURITY INDEX 



AL Alien 

DC Detcom 

KF Key Figure 

NA Naturalized 

NB Native Born ** 

TF Top Functionary 

UN Unknown 

AEP Atomic Energy Program Employees 

ASC American Socialist Clubs 

COM Communist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

CZE Czechoslovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects 

FGE Foreign Government Employees 

GOV United States Government Employees 

ISL Independent Socialist League 

JFG Johnson Forest Group 

MIS Miscellaneous 
MMI ' Moslem Mosque, Inc. 

NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive labor Party 

POL Polish 

PPA Proletarian Tarty of America 

PRN Puerto Rican Nationalist 

RUS Russian 

SWP Socialist Workers' Party 

UNE United Nations Employees 

YUG Yugoslavian 



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MemorandummmYi IN ENVELOPE 

U3^1/26/65 . 

TO ' 



FROM 



SUBJECT: ^ECURITY INDEX 



.o-H Tj^^k 4 cards were added to the 

During the past week ^ ^^^^ . , ^et decrease 

, J on r>CK^c\^ were canceiieQi a iitii- ^^ 
Security Index and 20 cards were 

of 16 cards. 

The security Index count as of today is 10.095. 



ACTION: 



None 



This is for your information. 



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SECUPvITY lUDZ^i LIST 



There is attached hereto a curifent list of 
names of the individuals naintainad in the Security Index. 
Nair-as Includ.-d in the main portion of the list are arranged 
alphabetically. Those individuals ccnln^ within four 
designated groups are. listed on separate pages. Following 
each name is informtion indicating the race, sex, birth 
date. Bureau file number, and the Bureau field office 
covering the residence of the individual. 



It Is requested that this list be given utmost 



security. 



Enclosure 



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Letter classified "Top Secret" as pertains to 
Security Index, part of "Top Secret" Emergency Detention 
Program of Departmen'.. Espionage Section of Special 
Section net included. Four designated groups are: 



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M^moran^umROUTE IN ENVELOPE 



FROM 






^^^^^^^^^g^;:.^ 1 - SAC, ^Q^^ritico I y 

SUBJECT: SECURI TY INDEX LISTS 

" — — — — — — ^ 

f/^ ^ Enclosed herewith is one copy each of the following 

lists for transmittal to the SAC, Quantico, for storage with 
other vital records maintained by him: 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of the SI. 

4) List of key figures and top functionaries. 
q^ T4C-H rsf QT subiects cut of country. 

6) List of subjects whose citizenship status is unknown. 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI subjects of Chinese descent. 

9) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Communist China. 

10) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba. 

11) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba and China. 

12) List of SI subjects^ho'are defectors..^ ;.-; ,^/ ;. 

13) List of Progressive Labor P a rty members. 

® OEO 1 1985 

14) List of SI subjects who are Chinese de fecto rs. 

15) 'List.'of SI subjects who are Cuban defectors. 
•M] 16) List of missing SI subjects. ^ > 

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RE: SECURITY INDEX LISTS 
100-358086 



The SAC, Quantico, should destroy by burning the 
lists furnished on 10/20/65. When this action has been taken, 
he should so note on this memorandum and feturn it to the 
Subversive Control Section. 



ACTION : 

If you approve, this memorandum and the attached 
lists will be forwarded to Quantico for the above action. 



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MemorandumROJJTE IN ENVELOPE 

Xp DATE: 12/3/65 



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SUBJECT: SECURITY INDEX - H'-X 

iff 

During the past week 9 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 17 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 8 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,087. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



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December 1, 1965 



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SUGGESTION 

I suggest thaj^-^lJelinquency in Racial Matters Investigations 
be added to the Stand^d Sub List under the caption of 'Security Index, 



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This would enable the Classifying Unit to circle that caption, 
which appears in the mail in many instances, rather than having to write 
out the different subject matter of Security XndeXo 



Current practice or rule (Include manual citation as well as facts) 



Vrite out Security Index for subject matter on the mail 



Advantaqes of suggestion and annual savings (Include basis for estimate) 



Save the Classifier time by not having to write out subject 



matter. 



DiscAivantages of suggestion 



(The use by the United States of my suggestion shall not form the basis of a further claim of any nature by me, my heirs, or 
assigns upon the United States. I understand that I will be considered for anv lllstlfl^'^ r.w^.-^ -^-,1%/ if mv auagestion is adopted 
Within two years after submission.) ^ 

LtJMr. lAjMrs. I I mi«« " 

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Recommendations and comments of Division Heac^ 



see comments, page 2 



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Employee Suggestion 
Submitted by: ^ 

COMMENTS : 

On monthly basis Domestic Intelligence Division 
analyzes field delinquency existing in Security and Racial 
Matters Investigations and prepares memorandum setting tortn 
results of this analysis. Where appropriate, Domestic 
Intelligence Division also prepares letters to field offices 
concerning existing delinquencies. At specific request of 
Domestic Intelligence Division, this material is filed in 
file (Security Index General) with subfiles tor 

each field office. 

Since correspondence concerning this matter is 
captioned "Delinquency in Security and Racial Matters 
Investigations" or "Delinquency in Racial Matters Inyesti- 
gatior.s," the cla=2ifier has had to ...^.^ --^ .-.j^-- -- 
"Security Index General" on mail. Specific suggestion sub- 
mitted bv is not being adopted; however, as a 
result of suggestion, we have made arrangements with Domestic 
Intelligence Division that in preparation of correspondence 
concerning this matter in future, when they list file number, 
they will also list title of file which will eliminate 
necessity for classifior to write o.ut title or conduct research 
to determine subject ot' file. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

That suggestion be referred to Training Division and 
that ^ be advised as a result of her suggestion, 

arrangements have been^perfected with Domestic Intelligence 
Division to eliminate necessity for classifier to have to 
write out subject matter on mail. 



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Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, D, C. 

Dear 

Thank you for your suggestion that a particular 
Uem be added to ths Standard Sub List to facUitate its handling 
by the Classifying Unit. V^'hile your specific proposal nas not 
b4en aQO':ited, I am pioased to auvise you that, as a result of 
'^'zx itor in tne i'itiire this norresponuence wiil cear coin ine 
number:2aa uue ui uie iaac xu* wmaw** ** *« WW***-****— 

Your thou^^htfulaess and interest in bringing 
thia-mauer to my attenUon are indeed appreciated* 

Sincerely yours, 



NOTE: 



(Suggestion 384;.«^ dated 12/1/65) 

Suggegtec^inquency in Racial Matters corresponcience 
be added to Standard Sub List under caption, Security 
Index to save Classifying Unit necessity of writing out subject matter. 

Files and Comfnunications Division kdvisek; whiW specific 
idea not adopted, dsa result of suggestion, arrangements made with ^ 
Domestic Intelligence Division to list both title and number of file to 
eliminate need for classifier to write out title or conduct research to 
determine subject of Hie, 



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UNITED STATES GOVE MENT - "* ^-^ ^^ 

Memorandu^rt^Qjjrj.^ IN ENVELOPE 

TO DATE: 12/10/65 

FROM 

/u^UBjECT: SECURITY INDEX -^ -|^'^1 ^ 



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During the past week 19 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 22 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 3 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,084. 

ACTION : 

None. This is for your information. 



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UNITED STATES GOVEKi-MENT 

. Memorandum 

TO DATE: December 13, 1965 

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FROM ** 

SUBJECT: DELINQUENCY IH SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS 

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SYNOPSIS: 






Each month we follow the field closely on the status of security 
work by analyzing the backlog of pending active cases and delinquency in 
espionage, internal' security, security matter, foreign intelligence and 
racial matters cases in classifications 65, 100, 105 and 157. Status of 
these cases as of November 30, 1965, is set forth below. 

In November, 1965, there was a decrease in pending active matters 
in the field in classifications 65, 100 and 105 from 20,300 to 20,034. 
Delinquent matters increased from 1,400 to 1,413. The percentage of 
<4/^i -f T>.^^j^/^ir»+^ ^.3.ttcrs increased from 6.9 per cent to 7,1 per cent. , 



During the same month, pending active matters in the 157 
'classification decreased from 5,458 to 5,416 while delinquent matters 
increased from 587 to 950. The field-wide delinquency in this classi- 
fication increased from 10,8 per cent to 17.5 per cent. >' 

Letters are being sent to the offices indicated by asterisks 
on pag?.s 4 and 5 herein, commenting on their delinquency and pointing 
out the necessity for bringing their cases in these <:lassifications to a 
current status. 

ACTION : 

J/ri< The field will contintie to be followed closely regarding 
delincfeVcy in the 65, 100,105 and 157 classifications and you will be 
advised of the results of the review of the administrative report for 
December, 1965. 



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Memorandum for * . . « 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



.The November, 1965, administrative reports for all offices 
indicate that the total pending active matters in classifications 65, 100, 
and 105 decreased from 20,300 to 20,034. Delinquent items increased from 
1,400 to 1,413. The percentage, of delinquent items increased from 6.9 per 
cent to 7.1 per cent. These same reports disclose that in the 157 classi- 
fication total pending active matters decreased from 5,458 to 5,416; 
delinquency increased from 587 to 950; and the percentage of delinquency 
increased from 10,8 per cent to 17.5 per cent. 

The following statistics show the status of pending active 
matters and delinquency for all field divisions for the last six months. •• 

TOTAL PENDING ACTIVE MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

Classifications 6/30/65 7/31/65 8/31/65 9/30/65 10/31/65 11/30/65 

65 814 ' 781 756 795 907 952 

100 9,556 9,306 9,360 9,111 8,871 9,006 

105 9.699 9>870 10,356 10,617 10,522 10,076 

Totals 20.069 19,957 20,472 20,523 20,300 20,034 

157 4,232 4,681 5,162 5,299 5,458 5,416 



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Memorandum for * 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS 



TOTAL DELINQUENT MATTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65, 100, 105 aild 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

Classifi- 
cations 6/30/65 7/31/65 . 8/31/65 9/30/65 10/31/65 11/30/65 

65 
100 

105 

Totals l,705(8.57c) l,624(8.17o) l,398(6.87o) 1.337(6.5%) 1,400(6. 9%) l,413arr 



19 


24 


25 


15 


22 


24 


915 


862 


766 


710 


711 


720 


771 


738 


607 


612 


667 


669. 



157 385(9. 17o) 618(13. 27o) 919(17. 87o) 540(10.27.) 587(10.87,) 950a7.5;^ 



Status of Security ^ork by Individual Offic e 

The offices with delinquency in either category are listed 
alphabetically and these statistics reveal their progress during 
November, 1965, in the 157 classification and in composites for the 
65, lOo and 105 classifications. The delinquencies shown are based on 
pending active matters. 



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Office 

Albany 

Atlanta 

Baltimore 

B: ungham 

Boston 

Buffalo 

Butte 

Charlotte 

Chicago J^ 

Cincinnati 'r 
^^leveland 
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J_;Denver ^ 
^Detroit 

,:El Paso 

;-Honolulu 

^'i] ston 
Indianapolis 
Jackson 
Jacksonville 
Kansas City 
Knoxville 
Little Rock 
Los Angeles 
Memphis 
Miami 



Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



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8 
79 
18 
213 
13 
23 
6 
462 
62 
165 
28 
48 
5 
45 
3 
1 
43 
26 
964 
106 
12 
221 
45 
98 
21 
107 



4 
72 
15 
194 
12 
22 
6 
556 
77 
153 
30 
41 
5 
46 
2 
1 
42 
20 
925 
86 
8 
177 
48 
97 
32 
88 



0.07o 
2.5% 
5.6% 
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8.7% 
0.0% 
10.4% 
0.0% 
9.7% 
3.6% 
2.1% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
11.6% 
3.8% 
11.1% 
0.9% 
0.0% 
0.9% 
0.0% 
5.1% 
0.0% 
0.0% 



0.0% 
11.1%-* 

0.0% 
18.6%-'f 
0.0% 
4.5% 
0.0% 
14.4%-'^ 

0.0% 
17.0%-^ 
3.3% 
2.4% 
0.0% 
4.3% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
5.0% 
15.6%* 

2.3% 
12. 5%-'^ 
1.1% 
5.6% 
6.2% 
3.1% 
3.4% 



184 
77 
388 
54 
452 
344 
37 
112 
1,204 
243 
460 
99 
102 
663 
37 
60 
85 
279 
55 
69 
64 
45 
22 
1,579 
80 
394 



182 
30 

313 
50 

389 

307 

44 

84 

1,214 

258 

462 
96 
84 

641 
40 
47 
75 

302 
46 
73 
72 
50 
18 
1,679 
70 
441 



6.5% 
6.5% 
7.0% 
18.5% 
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6.7% 
13.5% 
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2.5% 
5.2% 
0.0% 
10.8% 
4.1% 
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1.7% 
8.2% 
14.3% 
9.1% 
1.4% 
10.9% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
10.0% 
0.0% 
2.5% 



7.7% 

8 . 8% 

6.4% 
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8 . 5% 

7.5% 

4.5% 

8.3% 

7.5% 
13.2%* 
8 . 2% 
0.0% 
6.0% 
4.7% 
2.5% 
8.5%' 
1.3% 
4.6% 
0.0% 
5.5% 
2.8% 
2.0% 
0.0% 

12.3%* 
7.1% 
6.1% 



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Active Matters 

, 157 Classi- 
fication 

Office 10/31/65 11/30/65 

Milwaukee 11 1^ 

Minneapolis 12 9 

Mobile 579 588 

lewark 32 28 

New Haven 13 8 

New Orleans 1,017 1,111 

New York 30 26 

Norfolk 18 26 

Oklahoma City 16 17 

Omaha 7 10 

Philadelphia 56 58 

Phoenix 5 2 

Pittsburgh 17 20 

Portland 7 .7 

Richmond 101 107 

St. Louis 142 90 

San Antonio 31 26 

San Diego 11 13 

San Francisco 39 41 

San Juan 

Savannah 143 128 

Seattle 14 22 

Springfield 13 13 

Tampa 216 183 

VFO 57 58 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



0.07o 
0,0% 
4.3% 

12.5% 
0.0% 

22.5% 
3.3% 
5.6% 
6.3% 
0.0% 
8.9% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
1.0% 
2.1% 
3.2% 
9.1% 
5.1% 
0.0% 

12.6% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
5.1% 
5.3% 



0.0% 
0.0% 

.15.0%* 
3.6% 
0.0% 

46.2%* 
7.7% 
0.0% 
5.9% 
0.0% 
5.2% 
0.0% 
5.0% 
0.0% 
2.0% 
3.3% 
0.0% 
7.7% 
2.4% 
0.0% 
6.3% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
3.8% 

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Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



277 
27 3 
35 
904 
332 
152 
4,337 
45 
59. 
63 
702 
62 
213 
122 
78 
157 
115 
156 
1,731 
553 
33 
339 
95 
146 
1,920 



242 
27 2 

25 

824 

301 

146 

4,460 

47 

66 

70 
686 

52 
215 
121 

98 
150 

93 

146 

1,604 

543 
29 

370 
93 

140 
1,897 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
10/31/65 11/30/65 



7 . 2% 
3.3% 
5.7% 
12.6% 
7 . 8% 
0.0% 
8.3% 
8.9% 
5.1% 
1.6% 
3.6% 
9.7% 
7.5% 
6.6% 
1.3% 
6.4% 

0.9% 
3.2% 
7 . 3% 
7.2% 
15.2% 
3.2% 
3.2% 
3.4% 
4.8% 



7.0% 
3.3% 
8.0% 
9.1% 
7.0% 
6.8% 
8.0% 

12.8%* 
6,1% 
7.1% 
4.8% 

15.4%* 
4.7% 
7.4% 
3.1% 
5l3% 

J e ^ /o 

8.2% 
8.4% 
5.0% 
3.4% 
2.0% 
6.5% 
2.1% 
3.3% 



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DATE 12/15/65 



M Hiici SECURITY JNDi:X CARD STATISTICS 



There are 10,084 persons represented in the Security Index as of 
December 10, 1965. Of the total, 7,174 or 71.1 per cent are cu:::::.unist . . 

A detailed table, enclosed in duplicate, shows as of December 10. 

1965, the distribution of the subjects by field office ^^^^^^^J^f^^^. ^^ 

tendencies, dangerousness , sex, race, citizenshxp and special li.ts. A 
key to abbreviations is enclosed. 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS USED IN SECURITY INDEX 



AL Allen 

DC DcCconi 

KF Key Figure 

NA Naturalized 

NB Native Born 

TF Top Functionary ** 

UN Unknown 

AEP Atomic Energy Program Employees 

ASC American Socialist Clubs 

COM Connminist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

C2E Czechos lovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects 

FGE Foreign Government Employees 

GOV United States Government Employees 

ISL Independent Socialist League 

JFG Johnson Forest Group 

MIS Miscellaneous 

MMI Moslem Mosque, Inc. 

NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive Labor Party 

POL Polish 

PPA Proletarian Party of America 

PRN Puerto Rican Nationalist 

RUS Russian 

SWP Socialist Workers* Party 

UNE United Nations Employees 

YUG Yugoslavian ^ 



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FROM 



7 -^39 

Memorandum]^,OmE IN ENVELOPE 

DATi: 12/17/65 



/-A 



srBjr.cr SECURITY INDEX 



The following is a report of the status of the 
Security Index since the last count was furnished 11/19/65. 

Week of: Cards Added Cards Cancelled Net Change 

November 22 - 26 A 20 - 16 
November 29 - 

December 3 9 17 - 8 

December 6-10 19 22 -3 

December 13-17 _J9 6 — ^4? 

• 51 65 - 14 

During the above-mentioned period or time, there 
was a net decrease of 14 cards in the Security Index, 

For your information, during the preceding four-week 
period, 48 cards were added to the Security Index and 96 cards 
were cancelled, resulting in a net decrease of A8 cards. 

V. ' The Security Index count as of today is 10,097. 

ACTION ; 

This Is for your Inronnatlon. 



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*iu"*' «*"«■. Wj'i'**' 



j j \ Assistant Attorno/ G<>neral 

Director, FBI 



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Decenibor 17, 1965 




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SECUHITT I!n)£X tlST 



Tlicrc Is attached hereto a current list of mrnes 
of the Individuals nalntalnad In the Security Index. Narnos 
Included In t' j : iin portion of tha list are arraneed alpha- 
betically. Those Individuals cor.ilng vlthln four dcslnnatcd 
groups are llstad on scrirata paros. Following; each none Is 
Inforrratlon Ir.dlcatlnc^ th.a race, sex, birth date, Bureau file 
number, and the Bureau field office coverlnij tlia residence of 
the Individual. 



security. 

Enrlo.«?tirA 



It Is requested that this list be given utr-ost 



100-358086 



NOTE: 



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Lettor cla'^'^lficd *'Top fl-^crct*' ar^ ft pertains to 
Security Ir.dox, p.irt of "Top Secret" L-r.ergenvy Detention 
Program of Departir.ent, Ef^plonagc Section of Special Section 
not Included. Koar designated ^^roups are: 

U. S, Governnient Err-ployccs -- 



(JCC 'i Forol;*n Covcrnn^.ent rlT.ployces 
^ United, i^lons Employees 



Cubans 

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EeX^arfclct 11/10/ J:*. 

..a been ro:ik-cri..'.'ot=r^-tion ...a to .cXot. ... rrcn 
ttio Security In^cx. 

The Eccurlt/ Indox cards «alnt^ln--d en ^-^^^i/^t,,"* , 
tbo nure.tu hivo been cancel-! re! - --^^ -^ "To^'oUlc^. 
tb« iiccurlt/ index carwi k.-— ^ - - o^ "-^ "^ 



TTr72/G5, based on reconncndatlon of -^'^-^ .^,,„^, 

bis fast pro-Castro activities 



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UNITED STATK-S (;0\'KRNMFNT 



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Memorandum KOUTE IiT -j., v^^OPE 



TO 



FROM 



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DATE 12/23/65 



SUBJECT - SECURITY INDEX 



During the past week 18 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 15 cards were cancelled, a net increase 
of 3 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,100. 

ACTION; 

None, This is for your information. 



INiriD SI \ll.s (.<)\KRN. -NT 



.NT 

Memorandum 

,„ DAii. 12/30/65 

FRUM 

s.Bji..: I "SECURITY INDiX 

During the past week 5 cards were a8ded to the 
^ Security In^ex Ld 20 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 15 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today Is 10,085, 

\ ACTION: 

None. For yoxir Infonnatlon. 



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TO 



•te MM M« >o I* ^ ipwlwP ««• T % — 

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MemorandumROmE IN ENVELOPE ^ |zE 

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^^^ -^ J-. V^ 1 - SAC, Quant I CO j 

siBjFCT SECURITY INDEX LISTS 

Enclosed herewith is one copy each of the following 
y lists for transmittal to the SAC, Quantlco, for storage with 

. other vital records maintained by him: 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of the SI. 
A) List of key figures and top functionaries. 

5) List cf SI subjects cut of country. 

6) List of subjects whose citizenship status Is unknown 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI subjects of Chinese descent. / 

9) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Communist China. 

10) List of SI subjects sympalT.i/A.c to Cuba. 

11) List of SI subjects sympaenVric to Cuba and China. 
' <• . " JAN 5 1965 

12) List of SI subjects who are detect ors. ^ ^ 

. "\^' ' 

13) List of Progressive LaVor Party n.en.lcrs. "{!♦ ' , . 

lA) List of SI subjects who arc OUnese defectors. 



P 






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15) List of Sl^ubjects who are Cuban defectors. 



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p, . .W) -U«1C;o£ clsslng SI subjects. 

10U-3'^cob6 'V I CONTINUED - OVER 

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Mcrr.orandun for Mr. w„ -*..*.*«« 
RE: SECURITY INTDEX LISTS 
100-358086 

Subversive Control Section. 

ACTION : 

If you approve, this inemorandu:n and the attached 
it /ou y^ » fhtnntico for the above action. 

lists will be forwarded to C^iantico lut 



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l.Nill.I) MAII.-S l.()\ ' \NMKM ^ ' - ^ 

. A^emorandum ROUTE IN ENVELOPE 

TO „A,,. 1/7/66 

li 

FROM 



sru]n:\ SECURITY INDEX _ 



During the past week 20 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 23 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 3 cards. 



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The Security Index count as of today is 10,082. 
ACTION : 

None. For your Information 



i"inr"~T'-'T ""'I nil III in III 



TO 



FROM 



m* •• - J^ ^ O V / -^ 

UNirtD SI Alius GOVEK. .MKNT • 

Memorandum ^lOm^^ iN ENVELOPii^ 

DAii. January 1^, 1966 
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SLBjtci SECURITY INDEX _ ' . ;■.!_ ^ 

" " '"" -^ /.' 

The following Is a report of the status or.thi 
Security Index since the last count was furnished l2/17/6i. 

Week^of : Cards Added n^rds Cancelled Net Change 

December 20 - 23 18 1^ 

December 27-30 5 Z" 

January 3 - 7 20 23 

January 10 - U _g —^ t^ 

p,jrint. tha abnvp-mpnrionpd period of time, there 
was a net Increase of 3 cards in the Security Index. 

For your information, during the P^'="''^"S^°"'^:"^°^ 
period. 51 cards were added to the Security Index and 65 cards 
were cancelled, resulting in a net dccrcar.c of U card.,. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10, 100. 

ACTION : 

This Is for your information. 



'irTUTT ¥ "I II' II ill » I ■111 mWl" Ill III II II 



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, January 13, 19t36 

Assistant Atlonioy Gt:u'ral 

Internal Sfcanty Division 
Director, FBI 

EMERGENCY DETENTION PROGRAM 

■ The name of the subject anpearini: beli)\v has been 
approved for inclusion in the St'curity Index by the Internal 
Security Division of the Dupartnunt. 

Name: 

FBI File Number: 

Department Approved: N'^vcn'jcr 2i, 11.02 

Date of Last Report: rcccr/^cr 30, 1?35 

Investitration has failed to develop evidence of recent 



subversive activities or affiliations on the part of the subject. 
All pertinent information concernim; the reported past subversive 
aclivilu'S of the ^a:>j>^ I ii.is brrn lurnishcci the Records 
Administration Office. 

It is requcsti'd tlial tla- Ti sull> of l!io invrstir ition be 
reviL'Wcd lu determine whether tiie subject's name snuuld cuntiiuu; j 

to be included in the Security Index. ^ 






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FROM 




IIAIX 1/19/66 






1 - SAC, Quantlco 




MBitri SECURITY INDEX LISTS 

lists for transmittal to the bA^, M 
Other vital records irujlntalned by him. 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of the SI. 

A) List of key figures and top functionaries. 

5) List or bl subjects out of country. 

6) List of subjects whose citizenship status Is unknown. 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI r..b,ccts of Chinese descent. 

9) List of SI subjects syr.pathetlc to Communist China. 
10) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba. 

U) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba and China. 

12) List of SI subjects who are defectors. . . 

13) List of Progressive Labor Party rorbcrs.o ... •-! 
U) List of SI subjects who are Chinese defe^m-.. 
is) List of SlUubjects who are Cuban defectors. 

I. /' 
16) List of missing SI subjects. 

COMTINUED - OVER 
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Enclosure 
100-358086 , 



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Merooranduin for Mr1 l! iS ^^ ab»*-'^«-«»-« ' . >.>i«^p 
RE: SECUKirf I NT) EX LISTS 
100-358086 



The SAC, Quantlco, should destroy by burning the 
lists furnished on 12/16/65. When this action has been taken, 
he should so note on this memorandum and return it to the 
Subversive Control Section. 

ACTION: 

If you approve, this memorandaTi and the attached 
lists will be forwarded to Quantico for the above action. 






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fMlfcl) VI.VIl^SG KH IKNT "* -' 



V Memorandum 



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FROM 



DM I January 13, 1966 



St iiJH:i --^ELr^UEMCY IN-^ECURITY IN^TSTIGATIONS 

• / 'If /. *' . '^ 

SYNOPSIS : . ,. r. t. / /^ 7';- y^f^^-* y - ^'^' -^ ll!^- 

Each month we follow the field closely on the status of security 
work by analyzing the backlog of -pending active cases and delinquency in 
espionage, internal security, security r.attcr, foreign intelligence and 
riclal masters cases in classifications 65, 100, 105 and 157. btatus of 
these cases as of December 31, 1965, is set forth below. 

In Dece-nber, 1965, there was a decrease in pending active natters 
in the field in classifications 65, 100 and 105 from 20,034 to 19,774. 
Delinquent matters decreased from 1.413 to 1.370. The percentage ot 

During the same month, pending active m.atters in the 157 
classification r! xTcascd from 5,416 to 4,927 while doUnquent -^.ttors 
decreased from 950 to 938. Tl^e field-wide delinquency in this classi- 
fication increased from 17.5 per cent to 19.0 per cent. 

Letters are being sen^ to the offices indicate] by asterisk:; 
on paces 4 and 5 herein, commenting on their delinquency and pointing 
out the necessity for bringing their cases in these classii icat ions to a 
current status. 

ACTION : 

The field will continue to be followed closely regarding 
delinquency in the 65, 100, 105 and 157 classifications and you will bo 
advised of the results of the review of the administrative report for 
January, 1966. 

(Security Index; / 



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■''17 



Memoranda*::! for 

RE: DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



The December, 1965, administrative reports for all offices 
Indicate that the total pending active matters in classifications 65, 100, 
and 105 decreased from 20,034 to 19,774, Delinquent items decreased from 
1,413 to 1,370. Tlie percentage of delinquent items decreased from 7.1 per 
cent to 6.9 per cent. These sam.e reports disclose that in the 157 clajsi- 
fication total pending active matters decreased from 5,416 to 4,927; 
delinquency decreased from 950 to 938; and the percentage of delinquency 
increased from 17,5 per cent to 19.0 per cent. 

The following statistics show the status of pending active 
matters and delinquency for all field divisions for the last six montlus. . 

TOTAL P£i^n)ING ACTIVE MATTERS 
CLASSIFIO\TI0NS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

Qassifications 7/31/65 8/31/65 9/30/65 10/31/65 11/30/65 12/31/65 

65 781 736 795 907 952 1,006 

100 9,306 9,360 9,111 8,871 9,006 8,866 

105 9.870 10.356 10.617 10.522 10.076 9.902 

Totals 19.957 20/72 20.523 20.300 20.034 19.77A 

157 4,681 5,162 5,299 5,458 5,416 4,927 



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MeT.oranda-n for 



RE 



r^cSli^NCY IN SKCURITY INVESTIGATIOKS 



TOTAL DELINQUENT OTTERS • 

Sa:ir7/3I/.5 8/31/S3 9/30/63 10/3./S3 U/30/e3 I2/3I/.3 
2A 23 IS 22 

710 711 

612 667 



65 

100 

103 

T/N ♦- n 1 s 



862 766 

738 607 



24 22 

720 654 



669 _ 694 






157 

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^ ;^e offices with <^eUn.uenc. In cUhorcate.ocy^are listed 

alphabetically and ^'--^^-^i!^ ^-^//jra and " conpos'tes for the 
Docenber. 1965. In 'he 157 classltlcatlon a ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^.^^^^ ^„ 
65, 100 and 105 classif Lcatlons. Tlie oeii q 



pending active ratters. 



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Offico 



Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
11/30/65 12/31/65 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
11/: '/e''>5 12/31/65 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
11/30/65 12/31/65 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Claf,;;if ications 
11/30/6-3 12/31/65 



Albar^y 


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6 


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18? 


172 


7.7% 


5.8% 


Atlanta 


72 


64 


11.1% 


10.9 y,'V 


80 


89 


8.87. 


9.0% 


Bait;: ore 


15 


16 


0.0% 


6.37. 


313 


380 


6.47. 


8.7% 


hi 'r-.ii;ghan 


19A 


211 


IB. 6% 


28.4 7.^v 


50 


65 


22.0/- 


21.5%* 


E ton 


12 '^ 


12 


0.0% 


0.0/^ 


389 


431 


8.5% 


6.7% 


Buffalo 


22 


27 


^■* . 5% 


0.01 


307 


328 


7.5% 


. 7.3% 


Charlotte 


556 


489 


1 -♦ . 4 7o 


19.0%> 


84 


89 


8.3% 


9.0% 


Qilcaj^o 


77 


63 


0.0% 


7.97. 


1,214 


1,113 


7.5% 


6.3% 


Cincinnati 


153 


130 


17.0%. 


3.1'^ 


258 


234 


13.2% 


3.0% 


Cleveland 


30 


27 


3.3% 


14.8Z't 


462 


442 


8.2*4 


7.7% 


Colu:-> ia 





261 


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0.01 





45 


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0.0% 


Dalla:. 


41 


41 


2.4% 


0.01 


96 


106 


0.0 7. 


5.7% 


Denver 


5 


4 


0.0% 


0.01 


84 


87 


6.0% 


6.9% 


Detroi t 


46 


32 


4.3% 


3.15C 


641 


642 


4.7% 


3.6% 


Honolulu 


1 


1 


0.0% 


0.07, 


47 


51 


♦ 8.5% 


2.0% 


Indianapolis 


20 


32 


5.0% 


15.67o^'f 


302 


281 


4.6% 


6.tf7- 


Jack: on 


925 


867 


15.6% 


14.2/C^v 


46 


51 


0.0% 


5.9% 


J k:.onville 


86 


72 


2.3% 


4.2'^ 


73 


61 


,5.5% 


11.5%* 


Kansa:. City 


8 


8 


12.5% 


0.0% 


72 


69 


2.8% 


5.8% 


Knoxvi lie 


177 


90 


1.1% 


4.47, 


50 


59 


2.0% 


3.4% 


Little Rock 


48 


50 


5.6% 


12.07.^t 


18 


20 


0.0% 


5.0% 


Los An.geles 


97 


88 


6.2% 


12.57/'*^ 


1,679 


1,623 


12,3% 


14.4%* 


Loui.sville 


36 


36 


0.0% 


2.8 7. 


29 


42 


0.0% 


4.8% 


Me. T. pi; is 


32 . 


39 


3.1% 


38. 5 /.'^f 


70 


43 


7.1% 


9.3% 


Mlar.i 


88 


84 


3.4% 


0.0% 


441 


471 


6.1% 


10.4%* 



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Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
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11/30/65 12/31/65 



MilvaukcG 
Kin:vv> polls 

Ncv ilavcn 
N'V Orleans 
K.v York 
Oklal.or A City 
0:-.al:a 

ri.iladelphla 
F):oc-nLx 
Pi.^t sburgh 
Fort Uir.d 
Rick-.or.d 

Sc. Louis 

Salt. Uike City 

S.'t '-'--It onlo 

San Dic->.;o 

San Francisco 

San Juan 

Sv!attlc 

Springfield 

Ta".pa 

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9 
588 
28 
8 
1,111 
.26 
17 
10 
58 
2 
20 
7 
107 
90 
2 
26 
13 
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22 
13 
183 
58 



13 
7 
A94 
33 
7 
829 
24 
14 
12 
47 
3 
16 
9 
125 
98 
3 
21 
11 
34 

12 
9 
171 
51 



Delinquency 
157 Clas.'.i- 
f icatlon 
11/30/65 12/31/65 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
11/30/65 12/31/65 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
11/30/6S 12/31/65 



0.07. 

O.OX 
T^.OX 

3.6% 

0.07. 
46.27, 

1 .11 

0.07. 
3.27. 
0.07» 
3.0% 
0.07, 
2.07, 
3.37. 
0.07, 
o.OZ 
7.77, 
2.47. 
0.07. 
• 0.07, 
0.07, 
3.8Z 
5.27, 



7.7 7. 
0.07o 
5.3% 
3.01 
0.0% 

65.6%*^ 
4.2% 
7.1% 

33.3%*^ 
6.4% , 
0.0% 
0.0% 

11.1%*^ 
0.8% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
9.1% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
11.1%* 
4.7% 
3.9% 



242 
27 2 
25 
824 
301 
146 
4,460 
66 
70 
686 
52 
215 
121 
98 
150 
63 
93 
146 
1,604 
543 
370 
93 
140 
1,897 



230 
271 
24 
765 
330 
107 
4,210 
72 
65 
667 
62 
231 
129 
102 
151 
64 
106 
151 
1,570 
545 
396 
103 
146 
1,915 



7.07. 


6.5% 


3.3:^ 


3.3% 


8.0 7. 


16.7%* 


9.i:(. 


8.8% 


7.0:4 


7.9% • 


6.8 7, 


14.0%* 


8.07. 


6.7% 


6.17. 


6.9% 


7.1% 


15.4%* 


4.87, 


5.4% 


15. 4i 


3.2% 


4.7% 


3.9% 


7.4% 


4.7% 


3.U 


1.0% 


* 5.3% 


2.0% 


0.0% 


3.1%' 


3.2 7, 


1.9% 


8.2% 


13.2%* 


8.4% 


8.2% 


5.0% 


5.0% 


2.0% 


1.5% 


6.5% 


7.8% 


2.1% 


1.4% 


3.3% 


4.7% 



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SECbTuTir i:d)iiX 

During the past week 11 cards v/ere added to the 
Security Index and 15 cards were cancelled, a net decre.-^se 
of 4 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,096. 



ACTIOfh 



None. For your information. 



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MHiKi SECUTUTY INDEX CARD STATISTICS / 

There are 10, 100 porsMns represented in the Security Index as of 
January 14, 19G6. Of the lol.d, 7, 1j5 or 70. 8 per cent are communists. ^ 

A di tailed table, enclosed in duplicate, shows as of January 14, lOGG, 
the distribution of the subjects by field office, nationalistic tendencies, danuerousne^s, 
sex, race, citizenship and "spe-ial lists. " A kt y to abbreviations is enclosed. 



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AL Alien 

DC Dctconi 

KF Key Figure 

NA Naturalized 

NB Native Bom 

XF Top Functionary ^ 

Tep ■ AtS^rEnergy Progra. Employees 

,,SC American Socialist Clubs 

COM ConsiRinist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

CZE Czechos lovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects 

rpF Foreign Govera-ncnt Employees 

?S5 United States Govera.ent Employee: 

ISL Independent Socialise League 

JFG Johnson Forest Group 
J4XS Miscellaneous 
MMI Moslem Mosque, Inc. 
NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive Labor Party 

poi Polish ^ . 

p?A Proletarian Party of Anerlca 
PRN Puerto Rlcan Nationalise 

one Russian 

^P Socialist Workers' Party 
UNE United Nations Eniployees 
YUG Yugoslavian 






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^ Here la attac^cJ heroto a current lUt of na-G3 

oi t..e Individuals rvalntalnod In the Jccurlt/ Inr>x. r^-^a 
IncUiJed In tho ~alr, ^ortton of th..» H-^t ar.^ urran -.vj al-la- 
bctlcall/. Tho';o IncilvlduvUs conlnr^ within four c.-iirratiH' 
groups are listed on r;e{,arate i-a-^.-i. Follovlrv^ cacl; na- -'la 
InfoHTiatlon Indicating tha races, r;ex. llrth ddt,>, I.-:r -au flL^ 
nu-..or, and the Bureau flold office covcrln.-^ tho residence of 
the Inalvlutjal. 

It Is requested that this ll3t be riven utirost 
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Letter cla.rUflcd "Top Secret" as ir p<^rMii- to 
ixscurlty Index, part of "Top Secret" ^norecrcy Uctontlon 
Iroiran or ^part-enf. ;>plona^e Joctlon of :>c>cial ':>ctlnn 
not Included. Four c-slrr.aced ^^roups arc: ' y 

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U. S. Covi^rn .Tt i>:olovces ^^*-^' " ■* 

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l'mVu)"sI.VIJ-S GOVtRNMt-NT 

Memorandum 

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A, Bjixr SECURITY INDEX - . • ■ ' 

, iQ ^^,-H.- were added to the \ 
During the past week ^^ card., .ere ^^^^^^^^^ 

Security Index and 28 cards were cancelled. 
of 9 cards. 

The security Index count as of today l« 10.087. 

ACTION: 

None. For your Information 



. . » . 

Koverber 15, 1965* 



s-j;YK;sivi. a:;-r^oL sLcrrici; 



presl-lcntlal Directives, the fl"« °^t, .,viduala vho ore aa^lUatcd 
18 to Idrntlfy potcrtlnlly '^^ ■ ;-^;^^;,:, j, field vl,!c cV Is 
vlrh r-.-<r.lve ^ ■■•'^"7"- *^^ ^^tcntlon i'ro.ran. which Involves 

n:r.^Lr;urt;:ehc!.t:^.^r.^^etcnticn ^ pctctiouy ...-o.^ 

i^.'lvlc-'^V.S Ir. t:-.e evert of «n r.-r-,:-' ■ . 

100 end 105. TM, Section pr re pal c^_^^^^ ^_^^^__^, ,^„,. ^,^ 
ICO clnn-.lflcntlon M-d dur.r,, ^'^ '/„,,, „,.„,r1 strnrlvr rri-fo.-. 

rrercl'.r.rcvcr the field by tlcM.r .y.rcn. ^ 

Other prcrn., -i-/'"- .^^ ^Sei^Iv^l^^o^c^.^i.er ^ 

U.dlvld..l3 .rd include ^'■^-- ^'^^.^^ '^".aex conta.nn lO.lSr. iJ 

an mtc-vlev In "'^''f^'^- J^'* ^^^-cSe of « I'mud Ar.nlr.st tS>e : 

rarcH n, of October 15. ^- '^;- /'T "^ ",:'ea .ircc iov.r.cr. 1'^^'.. ,. 

Covcrru-ent "-"^rf^n^-^Jfvltres^e/fron Coast Gunvd and .cfer.so ^ 

r4>de available during the period -cvc .or l. 

October 31, 19f-5. 



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Presidential Jlrectlves, the Initial one being issued in 
Septctnber, 1939, and since repcfltcd on several occasions. These 
Directives c: -^rpc tl.r ?MTr r>M vlfh t!;C rr r:prrs ib 1 1 1 ry for Irvrati- 
gatlcn of ir.dlvldxials in the internal security field. It is the 
collcctirf cr.cncy of th.c entire executive branch for s^^bverilvc 
inforr-ntlcn and lias the rrfspcrslblllty of aecln^ that such Infor- 
Biation la distributed to those Govcmirsent agencies having a 
Icgitin-ite interest therein. 

Tne Identif IcRtlon and Irvestlrntion of indlvldttnls 
who, because of afiiliaxlon with subversive orc;ani7ations, ray 
present a potential threat to the internal security in the event 
of an eciergency and the development of cvlciercc of violations of 
Federal at^itutes on tiic part of these individuals. If, during 
the cor^r n^ a srciriry 1 r veir J '"'»t Ion, it Is deterrlred tl:r>t 
A nu'>joct dees pose a poterflnl t::reAt to tie Ir'^rrrrl security, 
ho 1 *i T''* ' '-^Ir ! '' '^ . ' I iiiCnsl cr virs'cr tl.r I r-rr <■ ! ?y JrUi*U,:. 
I'rc^ra.n Ly tl.e irclu:iici. o; his nii:;.c in the Security Ir.dc>:, 

Field vide. 

^. Tie in VI rh Cthr-r PT0?,r,nr.3 

Closely related Is tViC Irerper.cy L)ctenticr Progrr.n vhlch 
deals vlth plans for t!:e handling, of Irdlvlttual.** liclu'.'rd In the 
Gecurlty Ir.Jcx In t^.c cvrrt o: c.i. tzcv, ci cy , Also closely r<lated 
are the v/iricus security prorrrr.n c^ oti.er Ccvrrrront arenclei, 
such prCj;rn-5 c:ep( i dl!.;/ to a l.^ri-f* extent on inforr^tion developed 
by U3 and dl sfjf rlrntc d to rich r^ ere Its. 

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K^iftorardum to ^^^-rrrvj 

: ,:.;: LVALUATICN 



T..,lc«Uy t>c5e CASC5 fall In security classifications 
Basically » t:..«^3c ^ .,^_K-kT- lcr>A thro\ir.h 

v*s 15,5Sl pcnains ccttvc cattcra. 

r«r-»v«l Sccrlon Is prlcarlly rcsporalble 
The subversive Control section IS p .-^^,,i^„ 

for ir.vcatlgatlons c: ^^■■'i^^'^^:^;^.^^;^^;"^,'^^^ the 105 cUssl f Icatlon. 
.ltho«r,h ve do h«ve cases on ^^l-^i^^J^f ','^," «. Puerto Hlco. 
8uch as the affiliates or the ' -^lona Ut P'^^y « ^^„ 

Durlrs the 12-ronth V^-^^^^ ''^'.^fZ'z pcrdlngTotlve ratters In 
there vos a ninthly average of 8.952 pending a 
classification 100 throughout the field. 






This pror,r«. Is »nJor from the standpoint of costs and 
B^npovcr arA, as such, is referred to In the budget :^tcrlal. 






rio.^ attention Is plven tho entire operations In this 
field m efforts to iriurc th^t ve arc fully dlsch.relns cur 
respor.slbllltlcs tl.cicji-.dcr. 

ft A-'^ rlr^^^^^^^^^ CcnLoJjL. 

The field i. folloved closely on i^^ --^-'f\^''':^^ 
xr.c iii.i."-' *■ .,fi--»«fn« r^ntloncd previously. "HS 

In the three »^'^'^*^y,'=l"'"'^'^'''^^^',a7tlrr vc foUov the field Vy 

is handled on a ncnthly ^-"^ »' ,/^^^ 'J J'^f '^^./vc Vnvr VrcvUdrc 
tlcVUr on prr.air. rnttcrs in t. ^ a. o. .^^ 

Rr.d ve follow the field oi su .isJic ^ ...v^.ittcd vher -lue. 
Security Index cases to insure that suc.i arc 



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Ins^nictlors crnllrr. vith accurlry Irvcat 1^ nlora of 
Irdtvldu^ls'aro ccrrMrod Ir Section ^7J cf the VnvM^l of :r'>rn:ctlcr3 
«rd are In a current status, 

Dctcrrlration of Identities of Irdtvlduala who s! ould be 
apprehcrdcd in the event of an crcrrercy in order to rlnln!re 
possibilities of r«:nirr-'r, r.-'om^c and subversion. Jlssr-^!i-it Icn 
of infoi-ration cf IntclllT crce vnluo to ether Ccverrrent n-n clrs 
eoneerntng individuals end matters in which they hove a lcj;itiif3te 
Interest, nud^^et purposes, 

OTVSR V^.C'T.^.v.-^. )^'rr-::':-\- J J^' ;'>/' ^ /JlISI!:C CUT OY 



ks noted previously >.rrcin, one of the purposes o^ prcurl^y 
invest Irtit Ions in to dcrcrr.iio the identities of 1 rd.lv idunl r< vho, 
becfjuse of n . f 11 lot. ic:^. 'vl th. s^ibvcrslve o--/ar,trnt Ir: !; , rav be coi>sl-:cr< rl 
a potrrflnl t];rcAt to xA r- irtrrT.il j^^curitv !• tW ^/frt cf f! 
ercrj.crcy. vd en siicli ir.fcrr .it Ici; ia dcvclrvpr,:, the i .wf o\ tie 
Individual ccrcerned i ?s ir eluded In the Srcruvity Ii d< x. 



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Vi 



HemorarAm to ^.^\,r,. 



10.156 (a, o/octob.r 15 19.5) Ir^J^l^- 1, H^^ -^.[^^..^Sreau 

i t r n o 'hirr-Um thi security Irarx. lr..ciate atcps are 
Hken to irsure that his nar« 1» removed thercvrc^. 

olid Section 5. Srcllo.. A «V''^"'/" ".h"'l,«Xloolrt'orirvc3tlf.atlor, 
^^nf.ivt' nrlc-ltv corslf^frntlon fron the sta..dpoirt o. n t. 

receive priority l... ^ r„iinv!rc- l'-'>lrrrTratlon of the 

lntcrro:'ntlon or other r.cMcr ^^^1°^;''-;. [ ^ r^lnt^li.rci at 

Urxrgcncy Joter.tlon rrograa Section A "^^^^^^ ^^J ^^^ ,„,i,.,,a 

Section D. Sf«r-c Index, cases are corrpletcly revlcved 
In the field on a blor.rual basis. 

DISSK'IJIATKII - i::CU'Dn!C ClilCiCS FOR AVAIL.\BILny 

pf T-:>rr-A?T'^ A''^ yT^CI^ 

Security reports are dlsscrlnated ^^ ;^:i:^^^'':^'' 
„,erclca throughout tl.,ce....tlvehr..chocC.r^ , 

::La: o^^^^r^ r;tr;^arutr:Auch du.....tion 



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F^tsorarduffl to 

RE: rJT/IHSr/E CONTROL SICTICK 



, It-tcs cnrrfvil and thorough cvnluatlon of cnch n pcit to 

nsirirc rV-t It Is ftbaolntely Accurate both in torn tr^ content. 
In April, 196A, v* Initiated a prorraa of dl33c~lr.atton of 
Icttrracad ccr>oran£lua In all Security Index casca to Secret 
Service in cornectlon vith its resporsibi iltlcs for Presidential 
protection. Initial ulaicrlrntion vas accorpllshed by enrly 
June, 19r^, and as n/inrs of imilviduals are added to the Security 
Index appropriate letterhead rcrornrda are suhnltted to Secret 
Service. In adcilticn, ve Veep Secret Service advised of chanf.es 
In the status of these individuals on a continuing basis. 

Vc arc continuing to receive a heavy volurc of rc-quests 

frcn vr.rlr-js departments of the executive branch of the Govetxrent 
for the availability of witnesses eppearlrc; in reports previcisly 
dlsscninated for appearance at hearln.^a bein.q cor.d\icted by such 
Acr»nr<«»« •!■ th*? t-***r*2rtrM^nt or i)f fms?? ^v^ United i^tntrs Cc*"t Cuiird 
In efforts to rcirove subversives from access to ciaasltled data 
and/or restricted areas. 

During the period Koveinber 1, 1964, throu^.h October 31, 
1965, the identities of 22 potential witir3:;c3 were r^dc available 
to these agencies for possible utilizatioii nl heirir^s, 

FK/JJi) /vCAIKST TliE GCVLlvir.IZ^.T AKJ CTHirv YICI-\TIC!:S /VRLHrC 

One of the principal violations has been violation of 
the Fraud Against the Goveri.r.rnt Statute arlaii c; prtr^irily from 
a subject's failure to list rctibcrshlp in a oubversivo orraniration 
vhcn cxccutinf^ rruch dccur.mts^ as personnel security txuejt lornaircs. 
Ve have averaged openir-r; ^» cases per ronth in this cate;or;/ 
during the past year and these cases arc handled on ore desk for 



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ur.lforrlty. The pr!r.c!p.^l dlfflcjlty In corrcctlcn with tl.rae 
casc3 hna been the dcvrlcpln?; of vltr.eases other *th.an ctirrcnt 
active vnlunble Infcrr^r.ts vl.o car testify to a subject's 
Rccbcrshlp In tlic prcscribcu ors^-nlzatlon. 

In addition, vc have ur.dcr Ir.vcatlr^atlor a rurhor of 
possl>>lo vlolatlcrs of Title ?, United States Co<ic , Sfctlci 11"5 
(Ulc-r.al travel) GrisirA cut c^ cur cpcraticra in tr.c ir.^rrrnl 
itcurlty field. Cr.e ccr.vlctlon has been obtfllr.td, vhich Is 
presently under eppeel. 

AgHICJ: 

This pror.ram and various focctg thereof vlll ccrtlrrue 
to receive close Attcntinn in f).l« Section, 



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During the past week 4 cards were added to the i 
' Security Index and ib carus were cancelled^ a net decrease 
of 6 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is ]0,C8K 



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None. For your information. 



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Director, 1131 



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M Hjii I SECURITY INDEX 



„ ,. „f. cord. Add.;:* CjliLi'-^r'.'-W K-lU'J-il'- 
v^ecN or ' - — — 

January I? - 21 U ^^^ 1 J 

T ,ruiry 24 - 28 i'^ 

31 - ,n - 6 



January -^^ ' , a 10 " ? / 

February oa 29 :: ^ 

February 7-11 _.^ ^^ - -^^ 






r'"^f:f1rc;rdrrnrhe^^s;;u;uy index. 

t decrease oi l-j ^-««.^~' 

For your infor^^atlou durin, th^ l'ro..ai.,^:ou^ 
. card, wore added to the ■-^uiity n 



period. 63 card, were ~^""-- ^ '"-; Uxroa:.;- of 3 card:.. 
were cancelled, re.. It u.k m a ncl 

The Security Index count as of today ^•^_^^__^ 

ACTION : 

nUs Is for your Inforr.atlon 



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rofcrc^nca S3 rjtia to rc^ 






tb« rocurity InCa-x. 



Tcti r--' d-iro to firrar."a for t^'O 5r-.-ir.rxo of tho 

renorto corccrnlr-: . ^^^ ^'''' ^"""".Uon 

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Memorandum 



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I ROM 

nn.-'.r.-E-CY IN' "SECURITY n.-VESTIGATIOSS 

SYNOPSIS : " c !,v 

Each .onth ve follow che field f^-f/ -^.j'-.r^cllntncriu 
work by nn.ly3lng the ^-f °S -^P^^^J^^^rc for i::,n intclU.once and 
espionage, i"— ^,.--^, 7..', ^a Li" ^^0. 10. aud r.7. ..aLU. ot 
^elf cati^a^ ortnuarj'si: 1966. Is scC forth below. 

X. .anuary. l^^e. there wa. a J---,['^/-^V- ^ r9:2:7r'-^' 
m the field in cUssif lcatlons^65 100 and 05^^ ^^ ;erccntage of 

s;nS:^":";":r:^-::'s:^^:opercentto7..^ 

Dur>n. the ^^f^^^'^^'l y^Z^^^^^^^^^ 
C-iasslflcatton :^=='^--f,/^%,flL..ia-wide dolinqueucy in this cU.s.- 
^I^Iti^^'dl^^eased f^oII^.O per cent to 1..9 p.-r ce.a. 

U.,.ers are bein. sent to "^ "*:;^'-;;^,;;:::i:.::;M.a iolnan!;' 

^^' 'T' •■• ■ ::itv'forb;inging heir cases in these cl. ssl t icat ions to a 
out the nocossliy tor urin^iM^ 

current status, 
ACTION: 

February, 1966. 



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RE: DELK.-Ql'HN'CY IN SECL-RITV INVKUTIGATIONS 



DETAILS: 



The January, 1966, administrative reports for all offices 
indicate that the total pending active ratters In classifications 65, 100, 
and 10!; decreased fro.n 19,774 lo 19,2^7. Delinquent itens Increased trom 
1,370 to 1,428. Tlie percentage of delinquent Iten^.s increased from 6.9 per 
cent to 7,4 per cent. Thc:-.e sarc reports disclo-c that in the 1 37 ^ cla::; i - 
flcation total pending active ratters decreased from 4,927 to 4,794; 
delinquency decreased from 938 to 761; and the percentage of delinquency 
decreased irom 19.0 per cent to 15.9 per cent. 

The following slatislic;: :^i:ow the :.tat.u:; of pending active 
matters and delinquency for all field divisions for the last six months. . 

CLASSIFIOMIONS 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISIONS 

ClassiflcaUons 8/31/65 9/30/65 10/31/65 11/30/65 12/31/65 1/31/66 



65 



756 795 907 952 1.006 993 



100 9,360 9,111 8,871 9,006 8,866 8,663 



907 


952 


8,871 


9,006 


10,522 


10,076 



105 10.356 10.617 10.522 10.076 _L902 9 , 591 
To t a 1 3 on,/.?? 90,5 ?T ?0,300 20.03-^ 19.77.'> Vh2!^ 

157 5,162, 5.299 5.A58 5,A16 '1,927 ^,79.'. 



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TOT,\L DEXI^;QUE^^• M,\TTERS 
CLASSIFICATIONS 65. 100. lOS and 157 
AM. FIELD DIVISIONS __ 



ALL FIELD 
SS:""8/31«S 9/30/65 10/31/65 ../30/« «'31/« "3"« 



65 

100 
105 

TotAls 

157 



25 

766 
607 



15 
710 
612 



22 
711 

667 



24 
720 
669 



22 
654 
694 



31 
686 
711 







status of -ccnrAiyJLor^J^Jn^l:il^}Bl-miS^ 



- office, ^^^.^^^^^^z:::^'^:^ v^z z^r' 

alphabetically and ^^^-^f^.^^f ^"'^.^'^/Hon and in cor.positcs for the 
January. 1966, ^-''^-^\'\l\llf^^^^^^^ -e based on 

• 65, 100 and 105 classifications, inc gcil 4 

pending active matters.. 



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Offir.^ 



Active Matters 

137 Classi- 
fication 
12/31/63 1/31/66 



Del ip.qucncy 
137 Cla:^sl- 
f i c.itlon 
12/3W63 1/31/66 



Active Matters 
63, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
12/31/63 1/31/66 



Dcllnqucr.cy 
65, 100 and 105 
Classlf Icat ions 
12/31/65 1/31/66 



All:.: v 


6 


8 


. ".: 


o.oz 


172 


177 


5.8Z 


6.8% 


AtK.- • I 


64 


42 


10.9. 


2.4X 


89 


90 


9.0Z 


8.9% 


Bait : ore 


16 


11 


( .3;\ 


0.07, 


380 


331 


8.7X 


11.87* 


Bir ':.ghan 


211 


194 


28. 4V. 


14. 4X* 


63 


36 


21.3% 


10.7%* 


Boston 


12 


^ 5 


0.0 z 


0.07, 


431 


431' 


6.7Z 


12.3%* 


Buff vi 1 o 


27 


22 


0.07. 


0.07. 


328 


323 


7.3% 


5.0% 


But to 


8 


4 


0.07. 


0.07, 


32 


33 


0.0% 


3.0% 


Carlotte 


489 


517 


19.07. 


16.27* 


89 


.82 


9.0% 


9.8% 


Ciica^o 


63 


71 


7.97, 


0.07. 


1,113 


1,080 


6.3% 


7.5% 


Cincin:;itl 


130 


129 


3.17. 


1.67, 


234 


318 


3.0% 


5.0% 


-Tlevclaiid 


27 


36 


14.8:: 


8 . 37. 


442 


418 


7.7% 


12.7%* 


'Tol/CL-.bia 


261 


. 375 


o.o:. 


28.57* 


45 


44 


0.0% 


52.3%* 


tuUas 


41 


45 


0.07C 


4.47, 


106 


113 


5.7% 


1.8% 


r)eriVer v^ 


4 


7 


0.07; 


O.OZ 


87 


89 


6.9% 


3.4% 


•Detroit X 


32 


34 


3.17. 


5.9/1 


642 


629 


3.6% 


5.6% 


•Honolulu .X 


1 


1 


o.oz 


0.07. 


51 


38 


2.0% 


2.6% 


nou- '.on 


45 


47 


0.07, 


10.67,* 


80 


90 


0.0% 


4.4% 


In.^ tnapolls 


32 


42 


15.67, 


2.4% 


281 


244 


. 6.0^ 


6.1% 


Jac'K':on ,v 


867 


915 


14.27, 


25. 7Z* 


51 


85 


5.9% 


4.7% 


Jacksonville ^. 
Kansas City. \ 


72 


64 


4.27. 


4.7Z 


61 


68 


11.5% 


1.5% 


8 


7 


•o.oz 


O.OZ 


69 


48 


5.8% 


12.5%* 


Knox\-illc ^ 


90 


80 


4.47, 


3.8Z 


59 


36 


3.4% 


2.8% 


Los /vngelcs "- 
Loai.svllle ^ 


88 


86 


12.37, 


3.5X 


1,623 


1,531 


14.4% 


11.7%* 


36 


30 


2.87, 


53. 3Z* 


42 


34 


4.8% 


8.8% 


Mer.plils 


39 


34 


38. '.J l» 


20.6%* 


43 


42 


9.3% 


7.1% 


Miarl 


84 


97 


0.0% 


5.1Z 


471 


472 


10.4% 


3.0% 


• 








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CONTINUED - OVER 






Office 

Mi lvauk<^e 
M.ir.r.eipolls 

. • O .. o i C. 

N'C" Orleans 
Now York 
Norfolk 
0>:l.i!:o-.a City, 
a- ;l^.a 

Philadelphia 
rhc^enix 
Pi tt:J urgh 
= Pcrtl:i:id 
i Rich'" c^r.d 
St. Louis 
s:a' Uike City 
San A:. tonic 

San Die^o 

San rVancisco 

San Juan 

Savannah 

Seattle 

Sprin,;fleld 

Ta-pa 

WFO 



Active Matters 

157 Cla.ssi- 

fl cat ion 

12/31/65 1/31/66 



13 
7 

33 
7 
829 
24 
38 
14 
12 
47 
3 
16 
9 
125 
98 
3 
21 
11 
34 

31 
12 
9 
171 
51 



12 
6 
471 
29 
6 
600 
23 
59 
16 
5 
40 
3 
10 
6 
128 
132 
2 
20 
10 
35 
1 
29 
10 
7 
152 
36 



Dclii.quency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
12/31/65 1/31/66 



7.7-:;. 
o.o: 

5,3.. 

3.o:. 
o.o:. 

65. 6^*. 

4.2/. 

0.07, 

/ . 1 /. 
33.37. 

6.4% 

0.07; 

0.0 7 

11.1% 

0.8'. 
o.o 7 
0.0 7 
0.0 7 
9.17 
0.0 7 

o.ot; 

0.07. 
0.07. 
11.17. 
4.77, 
3.97, 



O.OX 
0.07- 

13. 2Z* 

10.37* 
0.0 7. 

26.87,* 
8.7Z 
5.17, 

12.51* 
0.0% 
2.57. 
O.OZ 
0.07, 
0.07, 
5.57. 
0.87. 
0.0*5: 
20.07* 
0.07, 
0.07. 
0.0% 
13.87,* 
0.07. 
0.0% 
2.67. 
0.0% 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
CI ossifications 
11/31/65 1/31/66 



230 
271 
24 
765 
330 
107 
4,210 
40 
72 
65 
667 
62 
231 
129 
10 2 
151 
64 
V 6 
111 
1,570 
5^5 
19 
396 
103 
146 
1,915 



251 
311 
18 
7 30 
367 
119 
3.993 
45 
62 
62 
683 
62 
204 
134 
81 
185 
^5 
105 
163 
1,534 
582 
16 
364 
91 
167 
1,728 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
12/31/65 1/31/66 



6.5% 

3.3% 
16.7% 

8.87. 

7.9% 
14.0% 

6.7% 

0.0% 
6.9% 
15.4% 
5.4% 
3.2% 
3.9% 
4.7% 
1./)% 
2.0% 
3.1% 
1.9% 

13.2% 
8.2% 
5.0% 
0.0% 
1.5% 
7.8% 
1.4% 
4.7% 



3.6% 

3.9% 

0.0% 

9.6% 

3.5% 

0.0% 

8.0% 

6.7% 

6.5% 

4.8% 

6.3% 
17.7%* 
11.8%* 

4.5% 

8.6% 

3.8% 

4.4% 
2.9% 

7.4% 
7.2% 
9.1% 

18.8%* 
2.5% 
3.3% 
2.4% 
6.4% 



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AIcmorandumPiGUir] I\' ; - 

ivMi 2/18/66 
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During the past week 18 cards were kidded to-thc 
Security Iiiiox and 29 c-irdr, v^-ro cmiici'I 1 .^i , \ :■: d. -crease 
of 11 cards. 



ACTIOr;: 



T\\Q Security Index count as of today is 10,0b4. 



None, For your inforir.ation. 



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Memoramhim -quTE IN E::v::LOPi 1 



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Nt liiK I SECURITY INDEX LISTS 



Enclosed herewith Is one copy each of the following 
lliiLs for tran:::"itlal lo t.i.e TAC, Q^ianlico, fur stora^-i' with 
Other vital records maintained by him: 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of lie SI. 
A) List of key figures and top functionaries. 

5) List of SI subjects out of country. 

6) Liiil ui :>uljocts whose citizenship status Is ur.knovn, 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI subjects of Chinese descent. ^^*'''' 

9) List of SI subjects syr.-.pathetlc to Corv.raunlsl Ci.lna/ 

10) List of SI subjects syr.pathetlc txf Cuba. 'I: 

11) List of SI subjects sympathetic to C uba g nd_Ch^i2iij,^ 

12) List of 'si subjects who are defectors^ ^^-^ .,. 

13) List of PrOKrosiJlvc Labor Tarty :ru^T.lf4;*.^- 
lA) List of SI subjects wl.o are Chinese defectors. ; ^ '' 

15) List of SI si*bJocts wlio are Cuban dofectrr^T^^^AN'**'''^ 

16) List of r.'.lssli^g SI subjects. \''''^'^\ 



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R£: SECURITY INDHIX LtSTS 

100-358086 

nic S/\C, Quantlco, should destroy by burning the 
lists furnished on 1/19/66. Ulien this action has l-on tak.en, 
he should so note on this ir.crrorandun and return It to the 
Subversive Control Section. 



ACriON: 



If you approve, this r.eir.orandun; and the aiiachcd 
lists win be forwarded to Quantlco for the above act ion. 






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Memorandum 

DAii. 2/18/G6 



IR<JM 



.,,.„.■ /security LNDEX CARD STATISTICS 

if^ecurity Index as ol 



There arc 10,0G5 persons represented In tlxTlSe curity Ind ex as 
February 15? K'of the toUl, 7, 100 or 70.5 per cent are conu.un>.ts. 

A detailed t:xble, copy enclosed, f o- -^°\,^2^R-^ 'danSusn^ss, 
distribution of the subjects by ^^^^^^'„^^'^^^:^^^is enclosed. 
sex, race, citizenship and "specuil lists. A Key lo auui 



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KEY TO ABBRKVIATIONS USIOD IN SECURITY INDEX 



AL Allen 

DC Dctcom 

KF Key Figure 

NA Naturalized 

NB Native Born ^ 

TF Top Functionary 

UN Unkjiown 

AEP Atomic Energy Program Employees 

ASC American Socialist Clubs 

COM Communist Party, USA 

CUB Cuban 

CZE Czechoslovakian 

ESP Espionage Subjects . 

FGE Foreign Government Employees 

GOV United States Government Employees 

ISL Independent Socialist Loai^iie 

JFG Johnson Forest Group 

MIS Miscellaneous 

MMI Moslem Mosque, Inc. 

NOI Nation of Islam 

PLP Progressive Labor Party 

POL Pjlish 

PPA Proletarian Party of America 

PRN Puerto Rican Nationalist 

RUS Russian 

SVVP Socialist Workers* Party 

UNE United Nations Employees 

YUG ' Yugoslavian 



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MBjhcr SECURITY INDEX „ ,„/ ^ ' 

During the past Jeek 11 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 23 cards were cancelled, a net decrease 
of 12 cards. 

•Hie Security Index count as of today Is 10,052. 

ACTION : 

None. For your Information. 



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Tlicro Is attacbcid hereto a current list of raises 
of the individuals r-alntalned in thct Security Ir.cje::, ::a:;ies 
li'cludod in t^-3 -^In j-ortion of tl;e list are arran- cd al.pha- 
letlcally. n.on2 Inc" Ivl*:-:!] s coring within four cioLUrnated 
groupr» ar^i llntod on separata parcn. Folio ;I'^- nicli r.i. .^ l3 
Infonvatlon- In^Ucatlnr, t':2 rico, r>ex, birth datv-, Luroau tile 
nu-T.bcr, and th.e Bureau field office covcrlnr the renlcionce of 
thiQ individual. 



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r>rurltv I:-^'.-x, ^irt of "T->- Secret" iu:::crr^"i^cy ::o.ta-:iLlon 
Program of Departr.ent. i.:>pionar.e Section of Special Section 
not Included. Four designated croupn are: ^ ^^ 

U. S. Covern-^.ent £,r.ployeefr *^ ---.-:.:) ^«^:^-<^ 

Forelrn Goverr:-ent dnployees -- ^^^ , .,. 

United riatlonn ::jr.ployees 
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SI Hirer " SECURITY I NDEX_£_j 

Security Index since the last counc 

^^^^^, Cards_Addcd Cards_Cancelled Ne^Oianse 

February lA - 18 18 f . X2 

February 21 - 25 H 

February 28 - 22 ■ * 

March ^ ,c 21 :: ^ 

March 7 - 11 __1| —95 - 33 

^ ^ .,^r,^A period of tlr^e. there 

.as a neC,?:cSs:";f^3r;ardrrn-;he Security Index. 

For your infor^aclon durln. Uyroc^^^ 

rerl1;nfeired!%-af.1n^: n^t ^^cre./e o. .- card... 

The Security Index count as of today U 10.042. 

ACTION : 

This Is for your information. 



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Assistant Altornt-v f;. :..r.il 



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Dirtctur, I' HI 

EMERGENCY DETENTION PROGRAM 

if 

T\j- -.til." of the subject appcarinir below has boen 
approved for inclusion in the SLCurity Index by llie Inlu-rnal 
Security Division of the Dcp;irtmcnt. 

Name: 

FBI File Number: 

Department Approved: Hay 24, 19C3 

Date of Last Report: February 23, 1068 

Investii^ation lias failed to develop evicietu'e of recciu 
subversive activities or affiliations on the part of the subject. 
All pertint-iit mlornialiun conccriiiii- tlu: ici)u:-lrc{ past su^'\ cr: ivc 
activities of the suojcct has been furnished the Records 
Administration Office. 

It is requested tliat the results of t!i'> inv<-^t i- .iM-;i be 
reviewed to determine uliuther the subjict's name should continue 
to be included m the Seiurity le.dex. 



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Memorandum 

,M,, March 11, 1966 



^^^^^^^^ "^ " * , reld clo^cly on the status o^f security 
Each month we follow the field '^^"^'^^J ^.^a deUnquency m'. 

work by analyzing the backlog of f^f^f ^ ^'.^^ %o„.i,n IntclUcencc and 
rsplon'ase. internal --^^i^^V^^fca L o" loO. 105 and 157. Status of 

racial matters "/f . ^",",^"28 1966. is set forth below. 

these cases as of February 28. 1 . 

; in February. 1966 there was a decrea.e^in Pend.ns^ac^^_^ 

.m the field in classifications 65 100 and ^^^^ ^^ percentage of 

Delinquent matters decreased ro. 1.A2 ^^.^ ^^ ^_g ^^^ ^^„,. 

delinquent matters .^c.v.re^..^- , , ^7 

r^^^no active matters In the 13/ 
During the ^^me month, pending ^^^^^^ delinquent matters 

classification ^--f =f„^'^°^,t f!elS-wlde dcllncuoncy in this class.- 
decreascd from /61 to 65.. ^he r ^^^^ ^^^ ^^_^^^ 
flcation decreased from 15.9 per 

. ^. rho offices mdic.lod by .u;tcri.skb 
Letters are being -sent to ^ho o , ^^d pointing 

current status. 



ACTION: 



^e field Will continue to be ^011-^ cl-ely^rega^ ^^ 

delinquency in ^^^^ W-'^^,' '.^^'S^Z th^ administrative report for 
advised of the results of the revic 
March, 1966. 



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^R^r'DaniqScY IN sECUKirr investigations 



matters and delinquency for all 

TOTAL PLlNUiNo Mi.ii.vi:. .u.x.^.x- 
a^s^IFIO^TI0NS 65 lOO 105 and 157 



Classifications 

65 
100 
105 
Totals 

157 



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R£:"^ DELINQUENCY IN SECURITY I N-VESTIGAT IONS 



TOTAL DELINQUENT M,\TTERS 
CLASSIFI&\TI0N-3 65, 100, 105 and 157 
ALL FIELD DIVISION'S 

9/30/65 10/31/65 11/30/65 12/31/65 1/31/66 2/28/66 
15 22 24 22 31 32 
710 711 720 654 686 665 

612 667 669 _694 _ni _614 

1.337(6.57.) 1,400(6.9'/) 1. 413(7. rA)1.370(6.«:'.)l. 428(7.47.)!. 311(6.8"/) 



Classifi- 
cations 

65 
100 

105 

Totals 



157 5A0 



(10.27.) 587(10.87.) 950(17.57.) 938(19.0X)761(15.97o)655(13.67) 



c;rnrn. oL Security Work J^.iiKUxL>!iB.L^£Il££ 

-n.e offices with delinquency in either category ^^^ J;^^^^^ 



iphabctlcaly and these statistics reveal their progress ^^ring 



a 

Febru 
65, 100 

pending active r.atters 



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Albany 
Atlanta 
Bal r.ore 
Bi nT.irigV.ain 
Boston 
Buffalo 
Charlotte 
Ordcay.o 
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A evcland 
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Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
1/31/66 2/28/66 



L^^troit 

:*^t;ruGton 

In anapolls 

JacKson 

Jackr.onvlllc 

Kaniias City 

FLnoxville 

Little Rock 

Los Angeles 

Louisville 

Kcn;phls 

Miarr.i 



8 
42 
11 
194 
5 
22 
517 
71 
129 
36 
37 5 
45 
7 
34 
47 
42 
915 
64 
7 
80 
32 
86 
30 
34 
97 



7 
40 
27 
^67 
4 
22 
503 
71 
88 
49 
359 
41 
8 
38 
43 
21 
877 
52 
7 
87 
96 
88 
. 16 
30 
93 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
l/31/r>6 2/28/66 



0.071 

2.4 7. 

0.07o 
14.47, 

0.0 7. 

0.07. 
16.2% 

0.0 7, 

1.6Z 

8.37. 
28.57. 

4.47 
0.0/ 
5.97 

10.67 
2.4;; 

25.77 
4.77. 
0.0:^ 
3.8 V, 
0.0 o 
3.5'. 

53. -* /J 

20.6/; 

5.17; 



iVctive Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
1/31/66 2/28/66 



14, 3 Z* 
10.0 7.* 
ll.l7o* 
13.8 7o* 

0.07» 

O.OX 
12. 7 X* 

1..4Z 

9.17. 
14.37,* 
32.07.* 
17.17.* 

0.07a 

5.37, 
2.37» 
0.07o 

29.27.* 
1 .11. 
0.0% 
1.1% 
2.1% 
8.0% 
0.0% 

10.0%* 
1.1% 



177 
90 
331 
56 
431 
323 
82 
1,080 
318 
418 
44 
113 
89 
629 
90 
244 
85 
68 
48 
36 
19 
1,531 
34 
42 
472 



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/9 
358 
51 
420 
298 
87 
1,116 
288 
432 
41 
114 
93 
632 
96 
255 
48 
72 
60 
24 
17 
1,603 
32 
46 
446 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
1/31/66 2/28 /()6 



6.8% 
8,9% 
11.8% 
10.7% 
12.3% 
5.0% 
9.8% 
7.5% 
5.0% 
12.7% 
52.3%' 
1 . 8% 
3.4% 
5.6% 
4.4% 
6.1% 
4.7% 
1.5% 
12.5% 
2.8% 
0.0% 
11.7% 
8.8% 
7.1% 
3.0% 



3.H% 

3.ri% 

8.4% 
17.6%* 
10.0%* 

7.41 
11.5%* 

5.4% 

5.6% 

9.0% 
29.3%* 

0.0% 

4.3% 
6.3% 
8.3% 
8.6% 
10.4%* 

*4.2% 
5.0% 
4.2% 
0.0% 

12.3%* 
9.4% 
4.3% 
1.8% 



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Active Matters 
157 Classi- 
fication 
1/31/66 2/28/66 



Milv.tuV.cc 12 9 

Mi:v::eapoll;i 6 5 

y.o) U- ^71 469 

Newark 29 .^28 

New !!aven 6 5 

New Orleans 600 604 

New York 23 20 

KorfolK 59 80 

0klciho:T.a City 16 18 

Or.jl.a 5 6 

Philadelphia 40 55 

Phoenix 3 4 

Pittsburgh 10 11 

Portland 6 6 

Rirhrond 128 144 

St Louis 132 180 

Sa. - Lake City 2 2 

San Antonio 20 15 

San Diego 10 13 

San Francisco 35 37 

San Juan 1 

Savannah 29 39 

Seattle 10 17 

Sprir.gfield 7 9 

Ta-pa 152 17 3 

VFO 36 36 



Delinquency 
157 Classi- 
fication 
l/31/'.6 2/2B 66 



O.CiZ 
0.0 7» 

13.2/. 

10.3^ 
0.0 7. 

26.87, 
8.7Z 
5.17. 

12.5 7, 

0.04 
2.^ '^ 
0.' : 
0.0 4 
0.0). 
5.57, 
0.87. 
0.07o 

20 . 0% 
0.07. 
0.07 
0.07 

13.87 
0.07 
0.07 
2.6:^ 
0.0 7. 



0.07, 
0.0 7o 
9.27, 
7.IZ 
0.0% 
13.17,* 
5.0% 
0.0% 
6.07, 
0.0% 
3.6% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
0.7% 
1.7% 
0. )% 
0.0% 
15.4%* 
0.0% 
0.0% 
2.6% 
0.0% 
0.0% 
2.3% 
5.6% 



Active Matters 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
1/31/66 2/28/66 



251 
311 
18 
7 30 
367 
119 
3,993 
45 
62 
62 
683 
62 
204 
134 
81 
185 
45 
105 
163 
1,534 
582 
16 
364 
91 
167 
1,728 



249 
34 5 
25 
756 
358 
112 
4,167 
44 
51 
67 
497 
66 
203 
121 
93 
188 
59 
99 
152 
1,526 
556 
19 
367 
94 
157 
1,717 



Delinquency 
65, 100 and 105 
Classifications 
1/31/66 2/28/66 



3.6% 
3.9% 
0.0% 
9.6% 
3.5% 
0.0% 
8.0% 
6.7% 
6.5% 
4.8% 
6.3%' 
17.7% 
11.8% 
4.5% 
8.6% 
3.8% 
4.4% 
2.9% 
7.4% 
7.2% 
9.1% 
18.8% 
2.5% 
3.3% 
2.4% 
6.4% 



2.4% 
6.1% 
0.07 
8.3 4 
5.6% 
0.07, 
7 . 5% 
6.87 
2.0A 
11.9%* 
5.67 
7.6 7. 
5.47. 
6.67 
7 . 57 
5.9% 
6.8% 
'4.0% 
10.5%* 
6.7% 
3.2% 
10.5%* 
1.9% 
5.3% 
3.8% 
5.5% 



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DATL 3/16/66 




i^lftr/ flXol?"Two uSs aro°rc.utrcd to open these cabinets. 

To insure r^xinum security with regard to our Security Index 
A .h. r.novs which open the above cabinets arc being kept in 
cards, the tv%o ko> ^ >.iji.«.ii ^^^ , , ^ Thpqe keys 

under prcnt pr.ooduro, tho k.y, .re obi.tnod »*"«;'">! , 

R ECO:: iF.N nATION : 

be opened by individual supervisors only upon i^-'-J-'- - , ,^. . 
and then only with your specific approval tne "PP^^'^J "^ /'^^P^"'°" 

or n^'self or persons acting in our «''f '■j^^- .", "f "" "a!^ 
emergency, recourse IS had to the Security Index cabinets, ync!.cr-£i! 

^;| rrvin-.stanccs may any card be ror.ovcd. 



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MemorandumROmE IN ENV:2L0PS 

Tt> y DATt. 3/18/66 

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s^HIici SECURITY INDEX '*''\ 



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During the past week 18 cards were added to the 
Security Index and 15 cards were cancelled, a net increase 
of 3 cards. 

The Security Index count as of today is 10,045, 

ACTION : 

None. For your information. 



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March 22, 1966 
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There Is attacl^.cd hereto a ciirro:>t lint of na--.es 
of tbe Individuals r.alntalned In tha Security Ind-.x. Nar.es 
Included In the rain portion of the llr;t are arrar^-ed alpha- 
l nlcall/. Tl^.ofje ln<Ilvldual3 co:iln,^, within four clonlrnnted 
groupu are llr.ted on se-arate pa-ers. Follovln^ each na-e Is 
Information Indlratlnf; the race, ol!X, birth, date, hur.-au file 
nur.ber, and the Bureau field office cover In- the renld-nce of 
the Individual. 



It Is requested that this list bo given utv^ost 



security. 



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Letter r^ Ifl.-d "T-)p .:-.-ret" n- it pertain'^ to 
Jec\irlty Ii .'•::, pirt of "Top Secret" il-^.errency Detention 
PrO£:,rari' of Dapartncnt. :-3plona-.i J'ectlon of Jpecial section 
not Included. Four designated groups arc: I-Jl — 



U. S. Covernvent ^i^ployees 
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United :<atlonrj ^..iplo/eos 
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Memorandum rqutE IN Ll'TJLOPE/t/l^'" 

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MhjKci sECLT^iTY na)Ex LISTS ^^k:::^^^ Ci',^ 

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/ Enclosed herewith Is one copy each of the following 

lists for transmittal to the S\C, Quantlco, for storage with 
Other vital records maintained by him: 

1) Alphabetical list of Security Index (SI) subjects. 

2) Geographical list of SI subjects. 

3) Special Section of the SI, 
A) List of key figures and top functionaries. 

5) Llsc of 51 subjecLb uuL uT cuuuLt/. 

6) List of subjects whose citizenship status Is unknown. 

7) List of aliens. 

8) List of SI subjects of Chinese descent. 

9) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Comrr.unlst China. 

10) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba. 

11) List of SI subjects sympathetic to Cuba and China. 

12) List of -SI subjects who are defectors. * l<fe*0- !». 

13) List of Progressive Labor Party members. 

lA) List of SI subjects who are Clilncse defectors. 
15) List of SI subjects who are qiV an defect ors . ^,.-^ 
K^) M* o »1l6l,^^W^t of missing; SI subjects. , x 

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RE: SECURITY VIDEX LISTS 
100-358086 



ACTION: 



If you approve, this memorandum and the attached 
lists will be forwarded to Quantlco for the above action. 



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The SAC, Quant ico, should destroy by burning the 
lists furnished 2/21/66. '«l^en this action bos been taken, ■:, 

he should so note on this memorandum and return it to the ^ 

Subversive Control Section. 



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UNITED STATKS GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



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DATE: 3/18/66 



SUBJECT: \eCURITY index CARD STATISTICS 



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There are 10,041 persons represented in the Security. 
Lndex as of March 15, 1966. Of the total, 7, 053 or 70.2 per cent 
are 'communists. 

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A detailed table, copy enclosed, shows ao of March 15, 
1966 the distribution of the subjects by field office, nationalistic 
tendencies, dangerousness, sex, race, citizenship and ^'special v 
listSo" A key to abbreviations is enclos^o, 



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